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Two great opportunities to learn about Johnson Creek this week

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When was the last time you’ve seen or heard a frog out by Johnson Creek? Come on out and join the Johnson Creek Watershed Council to learn about the many amphibians that call our watershed home, led by Portland’s very own Laura Guderyahn at Portland’s Parks and Recreation and the City of Gresham’s Katie Holzer. An exciting discovery was made at the EcoBlitz at Powell Butte last May, and they would like to share the good news with you! The talk will be held at Hopworks Urban Brewery (2944 Southeast Powell). Food will be provided, but bring a water bottle.

Where: Hopworks Urban Brewery, 2944 Southeast Powell Boulevard, Portland, OR 97202

When: Sept. 14, 2016, 6:00pm-8:00pm

Cost: $5


 

Interested in seeing the great work others are doing  to bring nature back into our city? Grab your bike, a helmet, and look no further away than the Foster Floodplain on the Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s Restoration Bike Tour. Join them as they ride around the Springwater Trail, led by their very own executive director Daniel Newberry. A total of 2 hours, this bike tour will highlight over 6 miles of restoration work many green advocates have been working on for years in our city. Feel free to join in a lunchtime get-together after at Cartlandia.

 

Where: Foster Floodplain Natural Area (Foster Road, b/t SE 104th and SE 111th avenues)

When: Sept. 17, 2016, 9:30-11:30am

Bring: bike, water bottle, helmet, snack

Details: 2 hours, lasting 6 miles

For questions, or to RSVP: Contact courtney@jcwc.org

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