Join fellow volunteers in Southeast Portland this Saturday for the 2015 Johnson Creek Clean Up!
Johnson Creek flows from Boring, Oregon through Portland to the Willamette River. It passes through lush forests, farms, neighborhoods, and more. About 170,000 people live within its 52 square mile watershed, and it’s one of our most important environmental resources.
The Bureau of Environmental Services is proud to partner with many local environmentally conscious organizations for the clean-up, including the Johnson Creek Watershed Council. The Council is a local volunteer group dedicated to protecting and restoring the beautiful watershed.
Volunteers will plant native trees and shrubs, eliminate invasive plants, and help keep our watershed healthy.
Visit the Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s website for more information.
Saturday, August 29th
9 am – 12 pm; registration at 8:30 am
6201 SE Overland St. in Milwaukie
Photo courtesy of the Johnson Creek Watershed Council.