7th and 8th Grade Internship at Johnson Creek Watershed

  Johnson creek watershed is a fun place to go if you are an outdoor person, or just enjoy being outside. We are 7th and 8th grade interns from Southwest Charter School that like nature. We came to Johnson Creek every Thursday for 8 weeks and got to experience something new each week. While we […]

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Depave Now Accepting Volunteer Crew Leaders for its 2015 Season

Join Depave’s corps of volunteer Crew Leaders this summer to help improve the health and livability of our communities while gaining experience in coordinating volunteers and facilitating events. Crew Leaders are key to ensuring Depave’s fun events go smoothly and safely by instructing groups of new volunteers at pavement-removal and planting work parties. In order […]

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English Ivy

By Noah Jenkins If you sit through all the credits to “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” there’s a final scene where Ferris comes out of his room, looks into the camera incredulously, and says, “You’re still here?  It’s over!  Go home!”  With all the effort that’s gone into removing it over the past twenty-plus years, some […]

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Should Salmon Care About Trees?

By Volunteer Mario Mora We have all seen the bumper stickers stating, “Trees Are The Answer”.  Naturally one asks, “Well, what is the question?” With this article we are going to look at the effect of trees have on the well being of salmon.  In other words in this article we’re going to ask the […]

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