NCLC volunteers

North Coast Land Conservancy volunteers work at Fishers Point Habitat Reserve.

NEHALEM — North Coast Land Conservancy is looking for volunteers to help remove invasive plants on Wednesday.

Volunteers will work from 9 a.m. to noon at the conservancy’s Fishers Point Habitat Reserve and Lower Nehalem Community Trust’s Zimmerman Marsh. Tasks will include removing ivy and Scotch broom, trimming blackberry bushes, and mulching around plants.

Volunteers should bring gloves, work boots, snacks and water. The conservancy will provide tools.

Dogs are not allowed at the property and bathrooms will be unavailable.

To register, contact Amy Hutmacher at or 503-738-9126.

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