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Sharing time and expertise to promote common goals

These organizations, businesses, and government agencies provided time, materials, expertise, and advice that helped us care for our lands and reach out to the community in 2019. Together we enhanced habitat and helped people, plants, and wildlife thrive. 

Arch Cape Water and Sanitary District 

Camp Rilea/Oregon Military Department 

Celata Research Associates 

Circle Creek RV Resort 

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 

Institute for Applied Ecology  

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park  

Lower Nehalem Community Trust 

Lower Nehalem Watershed Council 

Native Plant Society of Oregon  

Natural Resource Conservation Service  

Necanicum Watershed Council 

Nestucca, Neskowin, & Sand Lake Watersheds Council 

North Oregon Coast Symphony 

North Coast Watershed Association 

Northwest Lichenologists 

Northwest Oregon Restoration Partnership  

Northwest Natural Resource Group  

Northwest Youth Corps  

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife 

Oregon Department of Forestry 

Oregon Department of State Lands 

Oregon Department of Transportation  

Oregon State University Extension Service 

Oregon State Police 

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department 

Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board 

Seaside High School 


Springboard Forestry 

Student Conservation Association 

Sunset Empire Parks and Recreation 

Sustainable Northwest 

Tareen Filgas Foundation 

The Nature Conservancy 

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership 

Tongue Point Job Corps 

Trailkeepers of Oregon 

US Fish and Wildlife Service  

US Forest Service 

Willapa National Wildlife Refuge 

Wilson River School 


  • Trailkeepers of Oregon held a trail-building workshop at Circle Creek. It was our first collaboration with this statewide trails stewardship, advocacy, and education group.
  • Carla Cole of Lewis and Clark National Historical Park inspects a field of buttercups and chocolate lilies at Camp Rilea, aiding our coastal prairie research and Oregon silverspot butterfly habitat restoration.
  • NCLC partnered with Necanicum Watershed Council on restoration projects; here NCLC staffers and NWC’s Angie Reseland (center) load a truck with native trees bound for our Necanicum Forest Habitat Reserve.