JCWC News

  • Wildflower Walk With the Deaf Community

    On Saturday, the May wildflowers at Powell Butte Nature Park were scattered throughout the prairie grasses off the ADA trail near the visitor center. During our second event with the […]


  • Introduced Species Control Internship 2024

    It’s May and you know what that means: it’s Garlic mustard pulling season! Last month, Noah and Sima posted JCWC’s annual Introduced Species Control Internship opportunity, which focuses on the […]


  • Watershed Discovery Day 2024

    Pack a picnic lunch and join us at Mill Park Saturday, June 1st for Watershed Discovery Day! We will be partnering with Clackamas Water Environment Services, World Salmon Council, SOLVE […]


  • What’s That Weed?

    Introduced species: Armenian blackberry (Rubus bifrons) This month’s weed is no stranger to anyone who’s spent much time in the Pacific northwest; whether you’ve been scratched by its prodigious thorns*, […]


  • Earth Day 2024

    Johnson Creek Watershed Council celebrated Earth Day this year by teaming up with the City of Gresham and hosting a habitat restoration event on April 22nd. We worked at the […]


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East Multnomah County Volunteers Brave Winter for Watershed Conservation

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Volunteers brave cold to plant natives, remove invasives during 2024 Watershed Wide

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