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.
Barker Road Bridge access in jeopardy
Due to construction issues, the long term viability of public access to the Spokane River at Barker Road is in danger.
Planning for Rathdrum Prairie future water needs: ID advisory committee seeks input
An Advisory Committee appointed by the Idaho Water Resource Board is seeking citizen input for meeting future water needs, preventing conflict over water resources, and protecting the water quality of the aquifer. The meeting will be held the evening of November 18th. Read more . . .
WSU & U of I awarded NSF grant to assess impact of urbanization and climate on region's water supplies
Water researchers and social scientists across the region are embarking on a two-year sustainability study to contribute to a greater understanding of human influence on water resources within the Spokane - Coeur d'Alene Corridor (SCC) in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. Read more . . .
November 10 Public workshop and hearing on Spokane River water quality permits
The public is invited to ask questions and give feedback on draft permit updates designed to improve and protect the water quality of the Spokane River and Lake Spokane. The meeting will be held on evening of November 10th.