If you’ve heard of the Spokane Riverkeeper, it is likely you’ve heard of Jerry White, Jr., who has operated as the Executive Director of the organization since 2014. As Riverkeeper, White has worked to protect the health and rights of the Spokane River through education, collaboration, and litigation. He has worked on river issues such […]
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The Spokane Riverkeeper keeps the Spokane River watershed clean and healthy, in part, by removing over 26,000 pounds of trash per year from the banks and bottom of local rivers and creeks. All of that work is in big part thanks to the help of over 1,600 community volunteers. Spokane Riverkeeper offers public, private, and DIY
Upriver Park is a new 3-acre natural open space and public park providing recreation access to the Spokane River.
Spokane River access site near T.J. Meenach Bridge and nearby disc golf course to be upgraded as part of city stormwater improvement plan.
Volunteer to clean-up litter along the banks of the Spokane River at upcoming events or arrange a private group or DIY event.
The Spokane region’s oldest and most recognized trail run, the Spokane River Run on the trails at Riverside State Park, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year on April 24, 2022! Whether you run it every year, haven’t signed up in a few years, or have always wanted to be a part of this awesome
A lovely spring hike, located in a portion of the West Branch Little Spokane River Wildlife Area, that’s a lollipop loop with a mix of double- and single-track trails.
Three ways volunteers can help pick-up trash along the river in 2021: public clean-up events, DIY group events, and business/civic group events. Spokane Riverkeeper and the Spokane River Forum clean-up events are happening this spring and summer.
This year marks the 18th anniversary of the Spokane River Run at Riverside State Park. 2021 virtual Spokane River Run is set for anytime between April 16 and April 25. This grassroots, community race for a good cause is one of the oldest trail runs in the Northwest and is staffed by volunteers. Kick off spring with the Spokane River Run’s different run lengths, ranging from 5K to 50K.