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Johnson Creek Watershed Council: Restoration Work Party with Friends of Tideman Johnson Park (Saturday, Apr 7th)
Posted by hannah.cherry
Join JCWC and the Friends of Tideman Johnson at one of our monthly restoration work parties!
Dress for the weather, bring a water bottle, and get ready for some fun building community, learning together, and restoring part of the Johnson Creek watershed.
WHEN: April 7, 9am-12pm
WHERE: Meet at the boardwalk: From at SE 37 & Tenino, south of SE Crystal Springs Blvd, walk down the hill to the boardwalk. Or from the SE 45th trailhead, bike or walk the Springwater Corridor Trail west to Tideman Johnson Park. Follow the path to the left to the boardwalk. Accessible by bus on the 34 and 75.
About the Organization
The Johnson Creek Watershed Council was established in 1995 by community members committed to restoring Johnson Creek, a vibrant creek with many challenges. Our mission is to promote restoration and stewardship of a healthy Johnson Creek Watershed through sound science and community engagement.
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