Spokane Parks and Recreation has an exciting evening adventure in Downtown Spokane just for you. From 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.,
Volunteers from Temple Beth Shalom turned out to help Spokane Riverkeeper and the Forum with river cleanup. These civic minding youth and adults helped with cleanup on the east bank of the river near Mission.
The Inland Northwest Community Foundation has generously provided a grant to support restoration of the Aubrey White water trail access, which is located on city property next to their Spokane Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility.
The Spokane River Forum’s President, Jeanna Hofmeister, celebrated Arbor Day and kicked off the Mayor’s “Spokane Gives” campaign along with twenty two of her Visit Spokane co-workers.
Over 425 people turned out for the 2nd Annual Spokane River Benefit at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival hosted by Silver Bow Fly Shop. Proceeds from the festival go to the Spokane River Forum to improve access and support our native fishery.
Click here for a very cool video produced by Kimbo May for the film festival at the Bing. He captures
Click here for tickets to the International Film Festival. March 25th at the Bing.
Join Taylor McCroskey at the International Fly Fishing Film Festival on March 25th to support meeting red band trout needs in the Spokane River. Taylor, a fisheries management graduate student at EWU, used funds from last year’s event to work on a way to monitor the success of a redband trout enhancement project that will be implemented this summer.