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Amphibian Egg Mass Surveys in Gresham

By Marissa Eckman, AmeriCorps specialist for the City of Gresham Photos by Bruce MacGregor Winter is my favorite season in the watershed. When I say this most people groan and protest that summer is superior. However, most people do not see what I see in the winter. Ponds in the watershed during winter are teeming […]

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Garlic Mustard Internship

Title: Johnson Creek Invasive Species Control Intern Reports to: Noah Jenkins – Riparian Program Manager Status: Monthly stipend with potential for hourly wage. More info to come during interview process. Schedule is flexible. Intern would complete 40 hours or more preferably. Work days are set during the week dependent on cohort schedules. Location: Various, throughout […]

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Speak Creek/Bilingual Nature Internships: Apply Soon

Do you believe that everyone should have equal access to natural areas and the environmental education opportunities they hold? Are you interested in gaining job skills relevant to environmental restoration and education, nonprofit operations, and event planning and outreach? Johnson Creek Watershed Council (JCWC) is seeking two multilingual interns with a passion for environmental stewardship […]

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Thank you, Watershed Wide volunteers 2021

Well, COVID sure made things different this year! Masks, distancing, online registration, smaller group sizes, and grab and go burritos made the 23rd annual memorable. Photos above by Melanie Klym, Caz Zyvatkauskas, Mike Wallace, Marianne Colgrove, and Alexis Barton. We are so thankful to have had: 158 volunteers gather in 11 locations plant about 4500 […]

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Mason bees make spring extra special

Photos by Bruce MacGregor Article by Courtney Beckel It is almost spring! And one thing that really got me through last spring was…mason bees! Naturally, I wanted to share a bit about these bees with you. I’m no entomologist but I do know we have a huge variety of bees in Oregon — not just […]

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