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Beachgoers are urged to help recovery efforts of the threatened western snowy plover by respecting nesting areas and beach restrictions during nesting season, March 15 to Sept. 15.

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Cannon Beach is home to one of the West Coast’s treasures; the last remaining tufted puffin colony on the Oregon coast exists only at Haystack Rock.

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On Thursday, March 14, the Lower Nehalem Watershed Council Speaker Series will feature Katie Voelke for a discussion titled “Conservation Land and Public Access.” This topic is current because…

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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is developing a site management plan for the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve and wants to hear from the public. The reserve is located just off of Oswald West…

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Led by the Lower Nehalem Community Trust’s Stewardship Coordinator Shane Sjogren and Community trust board member Carl Vandevoort and 17 volunteers from the lower Nehalem community gathered to…

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On Feb. 14, the Lower Nehalem Watershed Council hosts Troy Abercrombie for his talk “A Marginally Comprehensive Overview of Invasive Weeds Management.” Abercrombie is the Invasive Weeds Progra…

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Essential oils from thyme and spearmint are proving lethal to crop-damaging slugs without the toxicity to humans, animals or the environment that chemical solutions can present.

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There was no better way to have a holiday party for the North Coast Land Conservancy than to share gratitude to those who support the organization, executive director Katie Voelke said to abou…

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North Coast Land Conservancy expanded two of its existing habitat reserves when it closed on two land acquisitions in November

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The Cannon Beach Library is offering an opportunity for residents and visitors to write about life on the North Coast. Selected submissions will be read at a “Writers Read” gathering in the li…

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In his new book about the Cannon Beach dory fleet, Peter Lindsey does more than “just movin’ the water around,” as the title hints.

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When international travelers come to the North Coast, they are enamored with the nature that surrounds them and the Oregonians they meet. But a few more signs telling them how to get around wo…

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For three decades, the Stormy Weather Arts Festival has been a community staple for some of the region’s longstanding artists. But this year, the event will also mark some new beginnings.

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On foot and by boat, volunteers and staff with two land conservancies spent the weekend hunting down and pulling wetland invaders from sites along the Columbia River.

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Oswald West State Park is the gateway to the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve. Together, these areas create a corridor of conservation stretching from the land three miles into the sea. On Friday, J…

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For Gearhart residents who have been threatened by a fearsome mama elk protecting her calf or caught amidst the herd, controlling the elk population isn’t a matter of if it’s needed, but how i…

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In celebration of the open air painting style, the Cannon Beach Gallery Group is presenting their 10th Annual Plein Air and More Arts Festival from June 22-24. The event will feature more than…

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ARCH CAPE — Students at Fire Mountain School will make their debut at the Cannon Beach Arts Association this month with art inspired by the environment around them.

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Jean Nordmark has been involved with the Spay and Neuter Thrift Shop in Seaside for 20 plus years. The shop is a consignment business with all proceeds going towards vouchers for veterinary fe…

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Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue came to the aid of a woman who suffered a broken leg while hiking on a trail in Ecola State Park.

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The Haystack Rock Awareness Program, now in its 33rd year, invites volunteers to join them on the beach during low tide through the end of October. HRAP Rocky Shore environmental interpreters …