Spokane River Forum Enews Update
www.spokaneriver.net | info@spokaneriver.net July 27, 2010
In This Issue
Volunteers rally to remove dead carp from Lake Spokane
Numbers, science and fairness behind Idaho discharger challenge to DO TMDL
Meet Me At the River 2010, join the fun
Asian Environmental Leaders Visit Spokane River
Meet the new Spokane Riverkeeper
Spokane River Forum all News Headlines
Meet Me at the River Expedition Signup
Join Our Mailing List
The Spokane River Forum is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that creates materials, events and activities that promote sustaining a healthy river system while meeting the needs of a growing population.
Dead carp
Volunteers rally to remove dead carp from Lake Spokane
 
Volunteers rallied to remove thousands of pounds of dead carp from Lake Spokane. Forum staff reports with pictures and story.
 
Numbers, science and fairness behind Idaho discharger challenge to DO TMDL
 
The Forum worked with experts to create a lay person's guide to understanding what's at stake and the debate behind Idaho dischargers challenging the DO TMDL. Read more . . . 
7.27 kayak pic
Meet Me At the River 2010, join the fun
 
Sometimes pictures are better than words. See pictures of Meet Me at the River kayaking fun. Equipment and guides provided, beginners welcome. 
 
Asian Environmental Leaders Visit Spokane River
The Spokane River Forum and City of Spokane introduced Asian environmental leaders to Spokane River issues. The Forum reports.
 
 
Meet the new Spokane Riverkeeper
 
Bart Mihailovich, a talented young writer and passionate environmentalist has been selected to be the new point person for the Spokane Riverkeeper project. Learn more.