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Beach and Riverside Clean up with SOLVE and Friends of Errol Heights

This event is in partnership with SOLVE’s Beach and Riverside Clean up efforts on hundreds of sites all on one day! Join Portland Parks & Recreation and the Friends of Errol Heights to complete important ecological enhancement projects at this little gem of a Park. Please RSVP through SOLVE HERE. Task: To help enhance this […]

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All That Ivy Pull

You’re invited! Help JCWC pull ivy from the ground and trees, so the new clear area can be planted in the future. This is a great and easy way to find out more about the various phases of restoration work. RSVP here if you can make it! WHY: Ivy is an introduced species to North […]

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Earth Day: Mulch About Town

Join JCWC and the City of Gresham for a fun and important day of plant care! We’ll be meeting at Liberty Ave (AKA Ochioto) site to mulch many new plantings and remove invasive species around them that hinder biodiversity. Big thanks to Paul Rayburn for snapping the picture above. WHY: Mulching provides many benefits to […]

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Collaboration and Commitment Transform Tideman Johnson

Meet Marianne Colgrove, Reed College Deputy Chief Information Officer and beloved JCWC board member! Her love for Johnson Creek is so strong that she is also an important contributing member for the volunteer group Friends of Tideman Johnson Natural Area.  Read below a piece she has written for our quarterly newsletter in which she shares […]

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Restoration Work Party at Tideman Johnson

WHAT: Help Friends of Tideman Johnson Park, Portland Parks and Recreation, and Johnson Creek Watershed Council restore and maintain Tideman Johnson Park by removing invasives along the creek . Please RSVP. This month we’ll continue removing invasive ivy, clematis, and blackberry in the woodland. We’ll also branch out and go after some pesky ivy in the […]

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