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Farewell Ivy!

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A huge thanks to Ivy Munnerlyn, the NEC's Coastal Programs Coordinator for the last two years! You were such an amazing part of our...

Hiring: Coastal Programs Coordinator

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Coastal Programs Coordinator Are you passionate about ocean health and trash issues? The Northcoast Env. Center is seeking someone who enjoys coordinating volunteers, engaging with...

Winter Giving 2022

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Dear Friend of the Northcoast Environmental Center, As we near the close of another year, we want to thank you for your ongoing support of...

Creature Feature: Gray Buckeye

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The Gray Buckeye butterfly (Junonia grisea) is a common sight in meadows, on dirt roads, and around stream beds on the north coast. In...

Mindful Monday: The Blackened Shoreline

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“And I would travel with you 
to the places of our shame The hills stripped of trees, the marshes grasses s
oil-slicked, steeped in sewage; The blackened...

Creature Feature: Cedar Waxwing

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Cedar Waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) are year-round residents in Humboldt county. Their distinctive black mask and yellow tail tips make them easy to identify. Waxwings are...

Mindful Monday: Indigenous Peoples Day

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Happy Indigenous Peoples Day Let’s get right to it - the best thing you can do today to celebrate the folks whose land you’re living...

Creature Feature: Sea Palm

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Sea Palm (Postelsia palmaeformis) is a type of kelp native to the Pacific coast of North America. Sea palms like to grow on rocky outcroppings,...

Mindful Monday: The World Unconscious

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“The idea that all phenomena in the world possess subjective inner natures must be distinguished from the egocentric concepts of anthropomorphism (attributing human qualities...

Creature Feature: Douglas Fir

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The Douglas fir is an evergreen tree native to the Pacific Northwest in North America. The fir's native range consists of the coastlines of...