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.
“A cleaner river faster” is the short hand phrase the City of Spokane uses to explain its multipronged approach to
The Forum is pleased to announce John Tracy, Ph.D., Director of the Idaho Water Resource Research Institute (IWRRI), will be the luncheon keynote on the second day of the conference. John will speak on “Creating the Relationship between Good Science and Informed Policy.”