Headwaters Farm is a 60-acre property located in the town of Orient that is owned and operated by East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District. This site is the home of the new Headwaters Incubator Program, which seeks to aid the development of new farm businesses by providing affordable access to land and farm resources. Applications […]
The City of Gresham encompasses a third of the Johnson Creek Watershed. Coho salmon have been found in sections of the stream in Gresham and supporting the city’s water quality programs is important for Johnson Creek. Volunteers are needed in Gresham during the month of September to walk high priority protection areas of the city […]
Depave is seeking new board members. Depave promotes the removal of unnecessary pavement from urban areas to create community green spaces and mitigate storm water runoff. Depave is led by a hard-working band of volunteer Board Members, and is looking to add a few more. Do you want to use your skills, connections, and ideas to […]
In July and August 2013, logs and boulders were installed in a reach of Johnson Creek just north of the future Tacoma Street / Johnson Creek MAX station, which is opening in 2015. Click here to see pictures of the habitat construction. Photos courtesy of ESA Vigil-Agrimis. These logs and boulders will provide important habitat […]
Robin Jenkinson, JCWC`s Restoration Coordinator, appeared on KBOO Community Radio`s Locus Focus show to discuss the 2012 State of the Watershed Report. The episode looks at several areas of concern in the Johnson Creek Watershed: fish and wildlife, shade and temperature, stream flow, turbidity, pollution and a 2020 vision for the creek. Listen to the episode.