Farewell for Now From Adrienne!

Hello all, I can’t believe the time has come to say farewell! Soon I will be leaving for a new adventure living and working in Washington State. I’d like to start by thanking everyone who has shown me kindness, and educated & empowered me in many ways while I have worked as the Community Outreach […]

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Get Outside Guide for Summer

There is plenty of family friendly fun to be had in and around the watershed this summer.  (And most are cheap or free!) Check one out and get to know the communities behind the watershed… Gresham Arts Festival Johnson Creek Clean-Up Science in the Park The Big Float Concerts in the park Ardenwald Park All […]

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Service Learning for 235 Students!

Students prepare to board school buses

This May, we hosted two of our largest service learning trips ever! On the afternoons of May 10 and 23rd, a combined 235 students from Rowe Middle School joined us on a field trips for hands on environmental education! For many students, this was their only field trip of the year, so being able to […]

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Celebrating our 24th birthday!

An incredible 199 people signed up for our Annual Celebration & Fundraiser this year! Long time fish advocate Bill Bakke was our Keynote Speaker this year. Our Riffle Awards for outstanding contribution to the Council during the past year went to Oregon Dept of Fish & Wildlife (agency partner), Treecology (business partner), Rose CDC (community […]

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Are You Our Next AmeriCorps Member?

Current AmeriCorps Member Jack Halsey with supervisors Courtney Beckel and Noah Jenkins, and Portland Parks and Recreation partner Susan Hawes. Photo by Colin Durfee The Johnson Creek Watershed Council is honored to have the opportunity, once again, to host an AmeriCorps Member through the Confluence Environmental Center in 2019-2020! Through the years, AmeriCorps Members serving […]

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