News from NCLC

NCLC returns ancient cultural site to Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes

Posted on May 5, 2020

On May 5, 2020, North Coast Land Conservancy transferred ownership of historical tribal lands at Neawanna Point Habitat Reserve—18.6 acres of saltmarsh and Sitka spruce forest on the Necanicum Estuary at the north end of Seaside—to the Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes.

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Supporting our supporters

Posted on April 15, 2020

At NCLC we’re all about community conservation—and right now our community of business supporters needs your support. Some businesses are temporarily closed; others are operating in new ways. We hope you will join us in engaging and shopping with them

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Pulling together, we stomped it out

Posted on April 14, 2020

We’ve never had such an ambitious assault on a single weed species. Beginning in 2017, North Coast Land Conservancy partnered with Necanicum Watershed Council to eradicate, as far as possible, the weed known as policeman’s helmet (Impatiens glandulifera) from the

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Enjoying nature in your own backyard

Posted on March 26, 2020

Spotted towhees can be seen year-round on the North Coast of Oregon. Photo by Neal Maine/PacificLight Images   In response to the COVID-19 crisis, North Coast Land Conservancy has temporarily closed access to all of its properties, including Circle Creek

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The Forest Remembers 2020

Posted on March 25, 2020

(Images, clockwise from upper left: Kit Ketcham reads from “A Litany of Remembrance” in her neighbors’ backyard; neighbors from one household listen at a safe distance; Development Director Lorraine Ortiz reads names in front of her house in the Nehalem

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