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Welcome New AmeriCorps Riparian and Outreach Specialist Katherine!

Katherine Charney will be serving as a Confluence AmeriCorps member for the 2020-21 term! Originally from the east coast, Katherine graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. In her role as Riparian and Outreach Specialist, she is excited to implement and maintain restoration projects along Johnson […]

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Kelley Creek Dam Removal in Progress! Part I.

Restoration of fish passage in the Kelley Creek sub-watershed continues as we have removed a dam that has been a complete passage barrier for 30 years. Built in 1989, this dam stood nearly 6′ tall and spanned the full creek channel; its purpose to provide water to a diversion that flowed into an off-line pond. […]

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Shop at Fred Meyer?

They’ll donate for you, all you have to do is link your rewards card! Best part is–you still earn your rewards while you shop! Connect for the first time, or renew your Fred Meyer Community Rewards to support the Johnson Creek Watershed Council. Click on the link below to sign into your account. You’ll need […]

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Farewell, Drew!

Drew Donahue was our AmeriCorps member and served as Outreach and Riparian Specialist from September 2019 to July 2020. Thank you Drew for all you brought to the Council! Covid may have set us back from all the plans we made in the beginning of the year but you took charge and led us to the NEXT […]

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Large Wood Enhancement Project Complete in Lower Johnson Creek!

After many years of planning and coordination efforts our project to enhance salmon habitat in the lower reach of Johnson Creek has come to fruition! The project is located under the Highway 224 cloverleaf in Milwaukie, on property owned and managed by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) in a stretch of Johnson Creek about […]

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