Water rates in Spokane County are lower than in any other county in Washington, and just a fourth of what people pay in the Seattle area. Will there continue to be enough supply in the aquifer and enough to support river flows? The Spokesman Review reports.
The Fifth Annual Upriver Scrub is taking place Saturday, September 27th. Starting at 9:30 a.m., volunteers will help with Spokane
The Spokane River Forum had the pleasure of taking the youth from Project Hope on an eco-tour paddle. These inspiring youngsters farm urban gardens and provide landscaping services in the West Central neighborhood, just minutes from the Spokane River near Kendell Yards…
Recycling is nothing new for Steve Spalding, owner of Bill’s Auto Parts. As he puts it, “Auto recyclers were the original recyclers. Even before aluminum cans, as far back as the early 1900s, wrecking yards were selling car parts for reuse.”