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Council Seeks Farmers

Do you own or work at a farm or nursery or other agricultural business in the upper Johnson Creek watershed?  We have an opening for a Council/Board member to represent agricultural interests.  If you are interested–or know of anyone who might be–please contact our Executive Director, Daniel Newberry, at 503-652-7477 x103 or [email protected]

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Creek Crew Leader Training Thursday, Jan 12, 5-7:30pm

Learn to lead restoration events with us, get JCWC gear, and get more local knowledge of Johnson Creek. Hearty soup dinner provided! We have space for 20 leaders. Register below. Thursday, January 12 5 PM-7:30 PM Agenda 5-5:30: Introductions and vegetarian soup dinner 5:30-6PM: Your mission 6-7:30 PM: Activities and hands-on training @JCWC Offices 1900 SE Milport […]

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Water Environment Services Helps Students Connect to Johnson Creek

  Water Environment Services (WES) of Clackamas County funds Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s environmental outreach and service learning trips with schools in their district. JCWC’s Riparian Program Manager, Noah Jenkins, and Alexis Barton, the Outreach and Riparian Specialist, have engaged with students in WES’ district in various ways since the beginning of September. Have you […]

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Native American Internship Program is Wise to Johnson Creek

JCWC’s second season working with the Wisdom Workforce crew, a Native American internship program, on watershed restoration projects around Johnson Creek. We have just wrapped up our second season working with a Wisdom of the Elders workforce internship crew. Their Wisdom Workforce Development Internship Crew program provides environmental conservation and restoration training and career pathways […]

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