Salmon Creek Watershed Council exists to provide a forum for citizens and organizations residing in Clark County to participate and partner on the ground restoration, water quality and advocacy of the Salmon Creek Watershed. >> MORE...
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March 18, 2016, 9 AM - Noon at Pleasant Valley Park.
Join the Salmon Creek Watershed Council at Pleasant Valley Park on Saturday, March 26th from 9 a.m. to noon!
It was a rough winter for Pleasant Valley Park, located behind Pleasant Valley Middle School. The park includes a beautiful section of Salmon Creek, but needs our help. Many of the plantings around the pond were eaten by resident beavers, and the flood in December covered up many small plants and trees. Come out and join us to do some much-needed maintenance in the park and along the creek.
Park is located behind Pleasant Valley Middle School - 14320 NE 59th Ave, Vancouver. Parking available at the school. A walking trail also connects to NE Salmon Creek Avenue. For questions or to RSVP, contact Jen Naas at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information https://www.facebook.com/SalmonCreekWSC
August 22, 2015:WANTED!
We are looking for more board members! Please join the council and help shape the future of the watershed.
We meet on the second Thursday evening of each month. Our next meeting is September 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
at the CPU education center in Orchards. The education center is on the south side of the CPU building on 117th.
The address is 8600 NE 117th Avenue.
We just adopted Pleasant Valley Park (stay tuned to hear about our next work party), but are just beginning to talk about new ways to work in the Salmon Creek watershed. Come have your say!
Board Commitment is one meeting a month plus a few hours each month to work on projects and converse with the board via email. If you have any questions about the work we are doing or how you can get involved, contact me! email@example.com
March 1, 2015: Meet Executive Director Jen Naas.
Jen grew up in Snohomish, Washington and spent most of her childhood playing in ponds and streams. After finishing degrees in Environmental Science and spending some time as a planner for Kent, WA and King county, she finished her Masters' degrees in Planning and Public Administration from the University of Washington. Jen spent six years at Washington State University Extension in Clark County as the Watershed Stewards Coordinator where she worked with citizens to educate and enhance SW Washington's water resources. She enjoys hiking, camping, and spending time with her two kids and husband.
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