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What’s That Weed?

Weed of the Month:  Clematis (Clematis vitalba) Characteristics Clematis —also called traveler’s joy or old man’s beard—is a deciduous climbing vine, with stringy bark that easily rubs off on older stems.  Leaves are compound, made up of 5 leaflets (young plants may have only 3 leaflets), and fall off by early January.  Clematis blooms from […]

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Volunteer Appreciation Party 2019

Were excited to have had our 2019 Volunteer Appreciation Event last Friday with delicious tamale dinner catered by Mixteca, a large selection of raffle prizes, and watershed Trivia. Thanks to everyone who came out! This year marks our 25th year as a watershed council, cheers to that! – Speech by Courtney  Beckel Volunteer Manager. Planting […]

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Extend your reach!

Next May Johnson Creek Watershed Council will turn 25. As a community, we’ve done a tremendous amount of restoration, and the creek and the people & wildlife that depends on it have benefited. In the past quarter century, we–many thousands of us–have planted between 400,000 & 500,000 trees and shrubs in the watershed, added hundreds […]

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