SEEDS

Environmental Justice

Johnson Creek Watershed Council

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.

Watershed Councils are grassroots community groups comprised of citizens who want to help protect, restore and enhance the local watershed where they live, work, and play. They are locally organized, voluntary, non-regulatory organizations, and are intended to be broadly representative of the stakeholders in their respective areas.

Current Positions:
Watershed Engagement and Salmon Survey Intern: The intern will assist with both office tasks as well as feild research and events. The intern will play a leading role in our annual Community Science Salmon Surveys. They will help managing volunteers and provide event support for our Restoration event. They will work with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and staff for surveyor orientation and help analyzing data and creating final user-friendly product for website.