Trail & Conservation News

Free the Snake! Flotilla

4th Annual “Free the Snake! Flotilla” to feature nationally-recognized indigenous advocate Winona LaDuke and award-winning musician Nahko Tribal members, salmon advocates, anglers, and orca advocates gather …

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2018 SpokeFest Bicycle Education Grant Awarded To Friends of the Centennial Trail

The Friends of the Centennial Trail (FCT) has been selected as the recipient of the SpokeFest Bicycle Education and Safety grant in the amount of $5,000. …

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Rail Trail Fundraiser Chugging Along at Good Clip 

Republic, WA—With eight days left until the August 17th deadline, the Ferry County Rail Trail Partners (FCRTP) announced that they have met the first two …

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Ales for the Trail

Support the Centennial Trail with a Microbrew Beer Fest August 11, 2018 | McEuen Park, Coeur d’Alene, ID | 2:00 – 8:00 pm It sounds like a …

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Wild & Scenic Film Fest

Film Benefit for Spokane River to Inspire Activism Next Thursday, April 26, head to Spokane’s historic Garland Theatre for a viewing a several river-themed films …

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Explorers for Bats

Climbers team up with scientists to help with bat conservation Yesterday, April 17, was National Bat Appreciation Day. What does this have to do with …

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Photo by Jesse Harding.

Ferry County Rail Trail

Rail Corridor Committee faces delays in funding, new leadership The Rail Corridor Committee (RCC) in Ferry County, a committee tasked with communicating and putting funding …

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Spring Biking: Respect to Protect

Avoid Biking Muddy Trails to Preserve Them As spring makes its hesitant debut in the inland Northwest, it can be tempting to push the season …

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Rail Trail Group Works to Connect the Dots

REPUBLIC, WA–Ferry County Rail Trail Partners recently announced two key advancements that will allow for continued development of the rail trail in Ferry County. On …

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