What do climate change, crowdsourcing and natural resource management have in common? A lot if you ask Dan Isaak, a U.S. Forest Service fish biologist who will be the Spokane River Forum Conference lunch keynote Thursday, November 20th.
The ballots have dropped for the City of Spokane’s proposed $60 million dollar Riverfront Park master plan.
October 15th The WA Department of Ecology has approved an amendment to the Spokane County (County) Shoreline Master Program (SMP)
The Spokane River Water Trail is set to gain another great asset this fall. As part of Avista’s Spokane River
After 10 years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and the Hayden Area Regional Sewer Board (HARSB) NPDES wastewater discharge permits to the Spokane River. The CDA Press reports.
“A cleaner river faster” is the short hand phrase the City of Spokane uses to explain its multipronged approach to