Johnson Creek Children’s CD – Order Now

“Songs for Johnson Creek” CD:  A Great Holiday Gift for the Nature Lovers in your Family. As featured in Metro Parent’s Holiday Gift Guide. 1) Order via credit card ($15 per CD, plus $1 for shipping) by clicking here.   Be sure to write your shipping address in the box marked “Designation”.   2) Mail a […]

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Johnson Creek habitat at the Tacoma MAX Station

In July and August 2013, logs and boulders were installed in a reach of Johnson Creek just north of the future Tacoma Street / Johnson Creek MAX station, which is opening in 2015. Click here to see pictures of the habitat construction.  Photos courtesy of ESA Vigil-Agrimis. These logs and boulders will provide important habitat […]

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Robin Jenkinson Discusses State of the Watershed Report on KBOO Radio

Robin Jenkinson, JCWC`s Restoration Coordinator, appeared on KBOO Community Radio`s Locus Focus show to discuss the 2012 State of the Watershed Report.   The episode looks at several areas of concern in the Johnson Creek Watershed:  fish and  wildlife, shade and temperature, stream flow, turbidity,  pollution and a 2020 vision for the creek. Listen to the episode.

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Portland Kids Musicians Come Together for Johnson Creek Salmon Restoration

An A-list of Portland’s children’s songwriters – from nationally-known artists like Aaron Nigel Smith and Laura Veirs to local favorites like The Alphabeticians and Mo Phillips – have come together, contributing their talents to a compilation album benefiting salmon restoration. The 12-song album, called Songs for Johnson Creek, is available digitally from Bandcamp ( All […]

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