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Sharing time and expertise to promote common goals

At North Coast Land Conservancy, we are big proponents of collaboration. Listed below are the organizations, businesses and government agencies that provided valuable time, materials, expertise and advice to help us care for our lands and connect with the community in 2021. Through these various collaborations, we enhanced habitat along the Oregon Coast and helped people, plants and wildlife thrive. 

Arch Cape Water and Sanitary District

Celata Research Associates

City of Seaside

Clatsop County

Clatsop Nehalem Confederated Tribes

Clatsop Soil and Water Conservation District

Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts

Columbia Land Trust

Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce

Ecotrust Forest Management, Inc.

Friends of Cape Falcon Marine Reserve

GreenWood Resources

Hampton Lumber

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park

Lewis and Clark Timberlands, LLC

Lower Nehalem Community Trust

Lower Nehalem Watershed Council

Natural Resource Conservation Service

Necanicum Watershed Council

Nestucca, Neskowin, & Sand Lake Watersheds Council

North Coast Watershed Association

Northwest Oregon Restoration Partnership

Northwest Natural Resource Group

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Oregon Department of Forestry

Oregon Department of State Lands

Oregon Department of Transportation

Oregon Military Department

Oregon State Police

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board

Springboard Forestry

Sustainable Northwest

The Nature Conservancy

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership

US Fish and Wildlife Service

US Forest Capital LLC

US Forest Service

Willapa National Wildlife Refuge

Wilson River School


  • Tidepool ambassadors with Friends of Cape Falcon Marine Reserve talk with visitors at Short Sand Beach. The Tidepool Ambassador Program (TAP) is run throughout the summer in partnership with Oregon State Parks, Oregon Marine Reserves, and the Oregon Coast Visitors Association.
  • NCLC staff conducts an amphibian survey in the Rainforest Reserve with the help of Mike Patterson, of Celata Research Associates. Knowing what plant and wildlife species inhabit those peaks is critical to formulating an effective stewardship plan.