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Johnson Creek Watershed Council

Dragonfly Surveyor Orientation

Dragonfly surveys help JCWC document the distribution of dragonfly and damselfly species throughout the Johnson Creek watershed. Odonates (dragonflies and damselflies) are not only beautiful to look at- they are important indicator species in aquatic areas, like the riparian zone along Johnson Creek! Entomologist extraordinaire Celeste Searles Mazzacano from CASM Environmental will train volunteers in […]

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Annual Celebration 2019

We’re thrilled to invite you to JCWC’s 24th Annual Celebration May 23rd, 2019 from 5pm-8pm at Reed College Kaul Auditorium! Early bird and scholarship tickets are available through May 10, then general admission sales ($65) will be available through May 15.  We’ll begin the evening with a Silent Auction and a social hour from 5pm-6pm. […]

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¡Abejas, Plantas y Usted!

*Scroll down for event information in English* ¡Abejas, Plantas y Usted! Se va a llevar acabo en el Jardín Leach Botanical el 14 de abril de 1pm-4pm, patrocinado por Aarón Muñoz, Aprendiz de JCWC Speak Creek y la entomóloga Celeste Searles Mazzacano. El taller bilingüe (Español/Ingles) edición especial se ofrecerá en asociación con East Multnomah Soil […]

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Our Fabulous Winter Interns

  The Johnson Creek Watershed Council works with many interns each year, from bilingual, community science data, to watershed engagement interns. They keep the wheels at the council turning, working in seasonal cohorts to recruit volunteers, manage data, acquire donations, create events, provide IT and event support, and spread the word via social and traditional […]

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