Spokane River

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SPOvid-19 Adventure Series: River Surf Spokane

By Chris Cindric To help you make the most of your outdoor time and keep things fresh during the pandemic, the faculty of Eastern Washington University’s Recreation and Leisure Services Program in partnership with Out There Outdoors has created the SPOvid-19 Local Adventure Series. Episode 8 – River Surf Spokane Telling someone you are a river surfer is …

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Improved Spokane River Access

Paddlers, anglers, tubers, and rafters can enjoy an improved access site for the Spokane River within the Great Gorge recreational area. Upgrades to improve safety and ease of use were made to the Aubrey White Water Trail Access put-in/take-out area, located adjacent to the City of Spokane Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility. The site was …

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Spoken River 2019

Join us on Thursday, October 24th, 2019, for Spokane Riverkeeper’s third annual fundraiser SPOKEN RIVER. Once again you’ll be treated to authors giving readings of their works focused on the Spokane River. Come hear The Salish School of Spokane with a featured student reader reading an original piece. Also: – Ben Goldfarb, author of Eager: …

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Windermere Marathon & Half Marathon

The course includes scenic views of the beautiful Spokane River, during it’s most vibrant season. It is a flat, fast course and many of our runners achieve personal records. It is also a certified Boston Qualifier! Produced by Negative Split. Scenic, flat, and fast course to help you PR! Long sleeve tech shirts, spinning medals. Awards …

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CFJ to Sue City

The Center for Justice, a Spokane non-profit community law firm, announced today that it intends to sue the City of Spokane for violating the Clean Water Act — Spokane has high levels of toxic polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in its river, posing a health risk to area residents. In 2007, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) identified …

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