Northern Coastal Estuaries

Neawanna Point

The tidal wetlands, salt marsh and forest at the confluence of the Necanicum River and Neawanna and Neacoxie creeks is not only an extremely important area ecologically...
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Neawanna Marsh Easement

This site is a mixed spruce forest with a few hemlock. It has high value as riparian habitat on the Neawanna...
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Thompson Creek & Stanley Marsh

Thompson Falls is adjacent to and contains a portion of the Stanley Marsh estuarine system located in the Neawanna watershed...
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Salt Grass Meadow

Salt Grass Meadow is a low salt marsh, heavily affected by tide. Among a thriving marsh plant community...
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8th Street Forest

The 8th Street Forest is part of an extensive estuary wetland system stretching up the largely undeveloped Neawanna Creek...
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Lincoln Street Easement

This land conserves the high salt marsh and riparian resources along much of Neawanna Creek’s west bank...
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E Street Wetland

This mitigation site hugs the west bank of Neawanna Creek adding to an extensive and relatively untouched system...
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Avenue I Marsh

Avenue I Marsh is a tidal salt marsh along the Necanicum River. It is located only about 1 block north of our Mantel Lake Habitat Reserve...
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Wahanna Marsh

When the Seaside School District and Seaside Kids Inc. set out to build a baseball field along Wahanna Road in 1991...
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Mantel Lake

This area is an historic high marsh system of the Necanicum Estuary. During the 1960s a large fill operation cut the system off...
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Salmonberry Knoll

Salmonberry Knoll is an extensive salt marsh-a critical component of the Necanicum estuary system...
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Shangrila Wetland

In December of 2009, NCLC finally closed on a most special property: Shangrila Wetland in Seaside. Located near...
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Seaside Mill Ponds

The Mill Ponds at the south end of Seaside originated early in the 20th century as rock borrow pits for construction of the Astoria ...
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