The Intertwine Alliance Oak Mapping Work Group* is currently seeking volunteers to participate in OakQuest – a citizen science effort underway across urban and urban-fringing areas of Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties in Oregon (plus a small portion of neighboring NE Yamhill Co). A map of our 2014 project area is here. This map also shows […]
Read the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s report here.
Construction will begin next week on the Luther Road Habitat Restoration Project. The project site is on a 10-acre parcel along Johnson Creek near the intersection of SE Luther Road and the Springwater Corridor Trail. The Portland Bureau of Environmental Services will repair a 76-inch sanitary sewer pipe and manhole in Johnson Creek that are […]
Learn more about the Saturday Academy. Denise Lopez: Hi! I am completing an apprentice in science and engineering at the Johnson Creek Watershed Council this summer. I will be updating this blog weekly with events that have taken place, and material I have learned. Week 1: 7/7 – Recently Alison and I have started […]
Johnson Creek Watershed Council has released our 2013 Annual Report. The Report features our collaborative projects, including our work in creating a rain garden at Saint Mary Ethiopian Orthodox Church, and salmon habitat improvements at the Johnson Creek MAX Station which will also feature an interpretive boardwalk overlooking the creek. The report also provides an […]