Great news for Service Learning!

Great news: The Herbert A. Templeton Foundation (of Portland) has awarded JCWC a $5,000 grant for our service learning programs with local schools. This will allow us to continue to provide enriching service learning trips and environmental education to youth across our watershed! Check out some great photos of this years’ students in action. Students […]

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Upper Johnson Creek S 29.02- MHCC

Date of survey: 05/25/2017 Volunteer Names: Steve Incorvia, Jorge Munoz and Rebecca Johnson At this location we seen the third beaver in the whole reach. The first time we spotted this dam it had been breached from what the crew and I thought due to the flooding and higher water levels earlier in the spring. […]

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2017 Summer Dragonfly Surveys!

Johnson Creek Watershed Council has a diverse Community Science program that employs the help of local volunteers to survey for native wildlife including salmon, lamprey, steelhead, beavers, and odonates. Odonates are carnivorous insects of the order Odonata, also known as dragonflies and damselflies. The Council has been working with volunteers to survey for dragonflies and […]

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