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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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Tideman Johnson Park gets some TLC every first Saturday of the month- and you’re invited to pitch in! Join Friends of Tideman Johnson Park, Portland Parks and Recreation, and Johnson Creek Watershed Council in restoring and maintaining this picturesque stretch of Johnson Creek that flows through inner SE Portland. RSVP today, so we know we’ll […]

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Restoration Work Party at Errol Heights

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 Task: Native plantings, litter pick up, invasive species removal! No experience necessary! Wear long thick pants, a long-sleeved shirt and sturdy shoes. Bring a water bottle, rain gear, warm clothes and a […]

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Work party at Eastmoreland Golf Course

WHAT: Join Crystal Springs Partnership for a three-hour work party in removing weeds and prepping a stretch of the creek bank for a large planting that will occur after the rains have returned (probably November). We will meet at the Eastmoreland Golf Course clubhouse at 9:am, in the back of he parking lot by the […]

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Ivy Pull Day!

WHAT- Ivy is going DOWN! Join us on a CreekCare landowner’s property to remove this tangley invasive from a high-potential landscape right on Johnson Creek near SE Foster and 120th. The neighboring property went through this process 8 years ago and their land had a healthy native seed bank sleeping in the soil, and it […]

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