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December Restoration Events!

Get outside this December for three consecutive Saturdays of restoration events! Saturday the 2nd: Work Party with Friends of Tideman-Johnson Saturday the 9th: Restoration planting event at Johnson Creek Park – Plant thimbleberry, red elderberry, and snowberry along Crystal Springs! Saturday the 16th: Restoration event with Friends of Errol Heights – Removing invasive species to […]

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Gateway to the North Fork

The replacement of the lower-most fish passage barrier in the North Fork of Johnson Creek was completed in the summer of 2017!   Located under the Springwater Trail just upstream from the confluence of the North Fork with Johnson Creek proper, this culvert replacement is part of a comprehensive effort addressing the length of the North […]

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Science, Science, Science!

One hundred people strong turned out for the 3rd Annual Johnson Creek Science Symposium on October 19.  JCWC and Reed College co-sponsored the event, which was held at Reed.  Twelve speakers presented research, monitoring, and restoration on projects in the Johnson Creek watershed, in three sessions.  The session topics were “upper watershed restoration,” “water quality/quantity,” […]

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JCWC is in the Give!Guide again!

Last year, Willamette Week’s Give!Guide campaign raised more than $4 million from 9,324 individual donors in their online Give Guide.  JCWC was one of 140 participating Metro-area non-profits.  This year JCWC is back again.  From November 1 through December 31, please considering giving to JCWC and your other favorite non-profits online at giveguide.org.  There are […]

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