Jackson Creek Downtown

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Jackson Creek Downtown
John Climenhage, 2020
oil on panel
12"x16"
Jackson Creek Downtown by John Climenhage, 2020 oil on panel 12″X 16″

Two hundred years ago downtown Peterborough was basically a wetland. Jackson Creek and its tributaries run through the heart of the city and are very important for controlling flooding and spring runoff. In many places it has been paved over and forced underground, it emerges at places like the one in the painting above.

Exploring Jackson Creek’s Lost Tributary: Hidden Creek by Dylan Radcliffe for Steward’s Notes »

This Is Why Jackson Creek Matters by Dylan Radcliffe for Steward’s Notes »


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