Johnson Creek flows 26 miles from its headwaters near Boring, Oregon to where it meets the Willamette River, passing through forests, farms, and urban areas along the way. The creek is home to threatened and native fish and wildlife, including steelhead and cutthroat trout, coho and Chinook salmon, red-legged frog, painted turtles, salamanders, pileated woodpeckers, and great blue herons. We promote restoration and stewardship of Johnson Creek and its watershed through science and community engagement.
We’ve just completed our new 10-year Action Plan! Click the graphic to view the plan, and click here for more details and a PDF version.