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The two young men, Phil Nosler and Adam Nayak, both 17, received their awards at JCWC's annual celebration held at Reed College on May 25

"We noticed that we had two really accomplished young people who stood so far outside the crowd, so we decided to honor them with special youth achievement awards," said Courtney Beckel, Johnson Creek Watershed Council's volunteer coordinator.

The two young men, Phil Nosler and Adam Nayak, both 17, received their awards at JCWC's annual celebration held at Reed College on May 25. Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish was the keynote speaker.

Phil Nosler

Phil NoslerNosler is a Clackamas County resident who has interned with JCWC and participated in the organization's dragonfly survey program, Beckel said.

"It was an honor to receive the youth achievement award from the Johnson Creek Watershed Council. It felt nice to be recognized for my work, and I am glad to continue volunteering for their organization," Nosler said.



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