Join us on the third Wednesday of each month, Jan – May, at 6pm at the Seaside Library for Listening to the Land.
Winter is a blustery season on Oregon’s North Coast, bringing us some of the most dynamic and fascinating moments in the life cycle of the coastal landscape. Rain or shine, our curiosity about the natural world around us remains strong.
From January through May, the Necanicum Watershed Council presents a natural history series to suit the season. Join us at 6:00 p.m. on the third Wednesday of every month at the Seaside Public Library as we explore a variety of thought-provoking topics, from foraging for edible local mushrooms to plastic pollution to restoration economics.
The lecture series is free and open to the public. For more information about the programs check back here often, or contact Angie Reseland at (503) 717-1458.
This event is still being planned, so this page will be updated periodically with new information. The event is scheduled for April 18th from 11am - 4pm at the Mill Ponds and at parks around the city. The Necanicum Watershed Council will be at Broadway Park from 11am - 1pm to share information about the Council and about our osprey nest camera. Stop by and say hello and hear about all the cool things we are working on in the watershed.
This event is not to be missed!