Farewell for Now From Adrienne!

Hello all, I can’t believe the time has come to say farewell! Soon I will be leaving for a new adventure living and working in Washington State. I’d like to start by thanking everyone who has shown me kindness, and educated & empowered me in many ways while I have worked as the Community Outreach […]

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Flies Eat Frogs?

Above: Celeste, the dragonfly whisperer, admires a catch at the Dragonfly Surveyor Mid-season Potluck in 2018 (photo credit: Bonnie Comegys). Did you know Dragonflies spend the majority of their life underwater? They spend the juvenile stages of their lives as what are called ‘nymphs.’ Dragonfly and Damselfly nymphs rest on the creek bed, propel along […]

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Pollinators y Plantas

Sunday, April 16th, JCWC Speak Creek intern, Aaron, hosted ¡Abejas, Plantas y Usted!, a pollinator workshop at Leach Botanical Garden. Read below about Aaron’s experience as an intern in the Bilingual Nature Johnson Creek Program, and continue scrolling for pictures and the English text of this blog piece Aaron wrote as part of his internship…. […]

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Happy 24th birthday, JCWC!

On May 23, 2019, we will be celebrating our 24th birthday at Reed College (in Kaul Auditorium). Our keynote speaker is Bill Bakke, founder of both Oregon Trout and the Native Fish Society. Bill is also a member of JCWC’s Advisory Council. For tickets, please click HERE. Early bird pricing is available through 5/10. Dinner […]

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