Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation

A nonprofit organization

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We're pleased to provide support to Johnson Creek Watershed Council (JCWC) for their Tacoma Street/Johnson Creek MAX Station Salmon Habitat & Interpretive Boardwalk Project. And we're inviting the public to join us in this important project!


About the Tacoma MAX Station Salmon Habitat & Interpretive Boardwalk Project: Installing in-stream logs and constructing a side-channel will enhance local habitat for wild trout, salmon, heron, wood ducks and beavers. JCWC is also building an elevated Interpretive Boardwalk and overlook for the area in 2014. This boardwalk will celebrate Johnson Creek’s rich history, including the recently documented return of spawning Coho and other threatened salmon species to Johnson Creek. 

JCWC won Oregon Wildlife’s “Go Wild for Oregon Wildlife" Facebook contest held in December 2012, and as the winner, received $10,000 in funding for this project. Our JCWC/Oregon Wildlife joint Razoo.com fundraising campaign will raise additional funds for this valuable community project.

Johnson Creek Watershed Council is a nonprofit organization working to promote restoration and stewardship of a healthy Johnson Creek watershed through sound science and community engagement. Click here to learn more about JCWC: http://jcwc.org/

Please join us! Help Salmon in our City and donate today!

 

 

Organization Information

Name

Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation

Employer id number (ein)

93-0797904

Address

901 SE OAK ST STE 103
PORTLAND, OR 97214

Phone

5032556059

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