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Planting with Friends of Errol Heights

WHAT: Come join us for a winter planting and restoration event with the Friends of Errol Heights. We will be planting 100 native shrubs, removing invasive species and improving the habitat of this special cold water springs and wetland. Take a walk after the event and check out the cool beaver dams, wetlands, and wildlife. […]

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No Ivy Day

  Help restore  parks and natural areas by removing invasive ivy throughout the greater Portland area at the 14th annual No Ivy Day! Join Johnson Creek Watershed Council, the Powellhurst-Gilbert Neighborhood Association’s Greening Committee, and Portland Parks & Recreation to remove ivy and other invasive plant species in this area that hosts red-legged frogs (a […]

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JCWC is seeking an Invasive Species Control Intern!

Johnson Creek Watershed Council needs help with spring garlic mustard removal field work. Would you like to become more familiar with the Johnson Creek watershed? Would you like to learn essential field skills? Are you interested in native and invasive plant identification? This internship is for you! Join the Riparian Program Manager, Noah Jenkins, and the […]

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Work party at Westmoreland’s Union Manor

Join us at Westmoreland’s Union Manor for a work party removing weeds and maintaining the five year old restoration site along Crystal Springs Creek. Coffee, tea, snacks and camaraderie will be on hand. Dress for the weather, and feel free to bring hand tools and gloves, though we will have extras. When: Sunday, June 28, […]

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Work party at Westmoreland’s Union Manor

Join us at Westmoreland’s Union Manor for a work party removing weeds and maintaining the five year old restoration site along Crystal Springs Creek. Coffee, tea, snacks and camaraderie will be on hand. Dress for the weather, and feel free to bring hand tools and gloves, though we will have extras. When: Sunday, June 28, […]

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