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Members Eligible for Monthly Prize Drawings

You may be a winner! All members are included in a monthly drawing. Our September drawing features a gift from Lund's Carpet Cleaning.

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Updates on all things Spokane River delivered to you via an e-mail newsletter. See past issues.

Meet Me at the River

We’re the leaders in helping people discover all or part of the Spokane River. Over 550 participants and 1,000 passenger trips later, a great time is had by all with eco-tours, expert guides, and electronic passports to track progress. Member discount available. Beginner paddlers welcome. Learn More

Cleanup, Restoration and Access

In 2010 partners created access at Upriver Dam and started Upriver Scrub cleanup. 2011-12 efforts included restoration at Barker Road and Mirabeau. Current proposals include projects at State Line, Islands Trailhead and Barker. Volunteers needed and welcome. Learn More about Mirabeau

Water Trail

Want to get on the river and enjoy it safely? Not sure where to go or what to do? Help is on the way. This spring the Forum will launch the Spokane River Water Trail, an interactive map and resource guide to enjoying the Spokane River.

EnviroStars

Shop Smart!! Look for the EnviroStars logo. This unique partnership between the Forum and seven state and local agencies helps small businesses keep hazardous and other waste out of the Spokane River and aquifer. Learn More

Public Meetings

Our conference draws more than two hundred people interested in the latest Spokane River water quality, water resources, and other restoration and protection projects. Additional workshops and activities keep folks connected. Learn More about our 2011 Conference.

Print and Web Information

We work with partners to provide plain talk information on technical and sometimes difficult to understand issues that affect the river. This spring we’ll be working with Riverkeeper and the City of Spokane on a stormwater public guide. See our 2010 Public Guide.

Our Mission

Our 501(c)3 non-profit organization creates materials, events and activities that promote regional dialogs for sustaining a healthy river system while meeting the needs of a growing population. We're asking those that love the Spokane River to join us in our mission by contributing.

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