Workers spraying herbicide in a nature reservePhoto: Alan Harper, Flickr CC

Herbicide & Pesticide Spraying

The Northcoast Environmental Center monitors, discusses various herbicide and pesticide spraying plans and works with our Affiliate Member Group Californians for Alternatives to Toxics (CATs) to provide feedback to the various municipalities that are...
Canyon Creek Lakes, in Trinity Alps. Canyon Creek is a proposed Wild & Scenic River. Photo: Miguel Vieira, Flickr CC.

Congressman Huffman’s Northwest California Wilderness, Recreation and Working Forests Act

The Northcoast Environmental Center’s own Larry Glass, Dan Sealy and Bob Morris have spent the past four years working with a collaborate group to draft language that will not only designate more than 300...
Stream Relocated for Cannabis Grow. Photo: NEC

Cannabis Issues in Northwest California

The Northcoast Environmental Center continues to stay engaged with the County over its cannabis ordinances to ensure reasonable enforcement efforts are included with the permitted expansions. The NEC has weighed in on both Humboldt...
Slide at Last Chance Grade

Last Chance Grade

The Northcoast Environmental Center’s Conservation Committee is monitoring this project closely, as the watershed, wildlife and forest will be impacted. At this point we’re awaiting CalTran’s alternative routes and will be attending their CEQA/NEPA...

Civic Engagement

Upcoming Elections The next election is the Presidential Primary Election on March 3, 2020. Check out the County of Humboldt Candidate Guide here. Citizens can find information regarding voter registration and voting procedures here: Candidate Forums The Northcoast...

Reduce Single-Use Pledge

The Reduce Single Use Pledge asks restaurants to only provide single-use foodware upon customer request. Often the default for restaurants when preparing to-go orders is to provide single-use foodware (utensils, napkins, condiment containers, bags, etc.)...

Butt In: Cigarette Litter Prevention Program

>>> Sign-Up Here <<< The Problem Did you know that cigarette butts are the most littered item in Humboldt County and the world? That's right: 4.5 trillion butts are littered every year. 34% of all litter...
The Klamath River near Happy Camp. Photo: Matt Baun, Flickr CC, USFWS.

Klamath Dam Removal

The story of the Klamath River is a long one. Its history with Native Americans and later the fisherman, loggers, ranchers, and others that came to rely on its resources has evolved in recent...