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Habitat Enhancement at Tideman Johnson Park

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 HERE. WHEN: Saturday, December 7, 9:00 am-12:00 pm WHERE: Tideman Johnson Park.  Meet at the boardwalk: From SE 37 & Tenino, south of SE Crystal […]

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Habitat Restoration with Friends of 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, planting native plants, or other habitat enhancement projects. Please RSVP HERE. WHEN: Saturday, November 2, 9am-12:00pm WHERE: Tideman Johnson Park. Closest address: 4401 SE Johnson Creek Blvd, […]

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Habitat Enhancement at Tideman Johnson Park

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 HERE. WHEN: Saturday, October 5, 9am-12:00pm WHERE: Tideman Johnson Park. Closest address: 4401 SE Johnson Creek Blvd, Portland, OR 97222 Meet at the boardwalk: From SE 37 & Tenino, […]

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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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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 nearby […]

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