Within Your Reach: Winter 2015 Newsletter

Winter 2015

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  • Watershed Wide Event, Episode XVII: The Creek Awakens.
  • Street Trees Improve Water Quality by Elizabeth Specht, AmeriCorps Member with City of Portland: Urban Forestry.Key words: Watershed Wide, street trees, invasive weed removal, native planting
  • A Fond Farewell And Thanks by Matt Clark, Former Executive Director.
  • Tracking Coho Salmon Numbers in Johnson Creek by Robin Jenkinson, Watershed Science Director. Key words: Coho, threatened species, passage barriers, culverts, over fishing, fish science, electrofishing
  • Promote Your Business—Support Johnson Creek Restoration. Key words: Johnson Creek Celebration, Johnson Creek Science Symposium, gala dinner, annual meeting
  • Creekside Hero I: Lauren Senkyr by Amy Lodholz, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator. Key words: homeowners, CreekCare, creating habitat, Johnson Creek, beavers, fish
  • Presidential Recognition by Amy Lodholz, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator. Key words: volunteer, volunteer award
  • Rock On Council Volunteers by Amy Lodholz, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator. Key words: volunteer, 20+ club, restoration all-stars
  • Johnson Creek Park Stewards Program Key Words: stewards, volunteer opportunity
  • Wading Into Experience by Danielle Miles, 2014-2015 AmeriCorps Riparian Technician. Key words: AmeriCorps, waders, salmon surveys

 

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