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SW Charter School Learns from JCWC

In the spring of 2013, two 8th grade students from the SW Charter School came to learn from and help JCWC – one day a week over the course of  eight weeks. JCWC wanted to learn what students their age really wanted to know about Johnson Creek.  What questions did they have while they explored […]

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Interpretive Panels for Johnson Creek MAX Station Boardwalk

The final design of the interpretive panels is finished!   The example to the left is the fifth panel, “Restored Habitat”. To see all five panels, click here. These panels will be installed along the Johnson Creek Interpretive Boardwalk, being built in 2014 at the  Tacoma Street /  Johnson Creek MAX station. Join the growing […]

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JCWC is Hiring! Riparian Technician Position Available

In partnership with the Confluence Environmental Center, JCWC seeks a skilled and committed Riparian Technician to advance streamside forest restoration along Johnson Creek and tributaries. See the Americorps position description for details here. Applications are due by July 5, 2013. Dates of service are from September 4, 2013 – July 25, 2014.

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JCWC Seeks Social Marketing Intern

Johnson Creek Watershed Council (JCWC) seeks a Social Marketing Intern to develop and implement a business plan to maximize revenue and raise public awareness of Johnson Creek Watershed Council, specifically leveraging the new children’s music album, Songs for Johnson Creek. See job description here.

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Stories from 2013 Johnson Creek Park Stewards

Johnson Creek Park Stewards are volunteers who commit to working a minimum of two hours each month at selected green spaces for a calendar year. After training with JCWC and Portland Parks, the Stewards work to remove invasive species like blackberry and ivy and pick up trash and debris. In general, they help keep an […]

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