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Introducing “For the Birds” (with lyrics)

“For the Birds” was written by Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s Executive Director, Matt Clark.   Joe Liebezeit, Avian Conservation Program Manager for Portland Audubon is on the mandolin, Abby Sarmac sings, and Kyle Scott plays the singing saw.  The track was produced by Seth Lorinczi. Click here to listen to the track (and if you haven’t […]

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Highlights from the Salmon Diaries 2013

Over 50 volunteers monitored six one-mile stretches of Johnson Creek in the winter of 2013 searching for coho salmon. JCWC’s Restoration Coordinator Robin Jenkinson had this to say about their findings: “Because we’ve now documented wild, spawning adult coho in upper Johnson Creek for four years running (!!!), we can state with confidnece that there […]

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Watershed Wide Registration

Saturday, March 1 – 9:00am-12:00pm For last minute questions, or to sign up to volunteer  at Clatsop Butte or other sites, please call  or text Amy on her cell- (541) 968-3530. Watershed Wide is a large-scale volunteer day coordinated among JCWC, other nonprofits, and community partners. There are ten different work sites to choose from that […]

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CST Executive summary

Carbon-Sucking Tree Organization CST A natural response to global warming. The Problem: Too much carbon in the air is increasing the world’s temperature on the way to the collapse of our ecosystem. The Solution: Radically increased smart planting of the very best carbon-sucking trees on earth The carbon-saturation of our air has risen to levels not […]

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