Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board votes to protect over 6,800 acres of ecologically significant land in Oregon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 26, 2017 Salem, Oregon: At their April board meeting on Wednesday April 26, the 16-member Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB) approved nearly $1 million in grant funding for three projects to protect over 6,800 acres of fish and wildlife habitat for future generations. “OWEB is a critical partner for landowners, land  Continue Reading »

Growing Community

Alder Creek Farm Lower Nehalem Community Trust Nehalem, Oregon   Community gardens and land trusts don’t usually land in the same sentence. But after talking to Dale Cramer Burr, it’s hard to remember why not. “Bringing the community in and engaging in this way has everything to do with being stewards of our land,” she  Continue Reading »

LNCT Welcomes Addition to Sitka Wetlands

Manzanita, OR, 16, July, 2015 Lower Nehalem Community Trust (LNCT) has added just over 5 acres of high priority wetlands to its now 24-acre Sitka Wetlands complex along the North Edge of Nehalem Bay. This wetland area is important as a wildlife corridor and for helping to protect water quality in the bay. Placing this  Continue Reading »