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The Spokane River is our community signature, literally and figuratively flowing through our daily lives. Your membership keeps you in the know and flow of sustaining a healthy river system for generations to come.


We're pleased to announce REI has agreed to help the Forum launch our membership drive. Those signing up by the end of June will enter a drawing to win a Weekend Cooler and four sets of REI Campware dishes. Think picnic by the river. As a bonus, there will be a drawing for two canoe rental gift certificates. Each month, an additional sponsor will donate something new that members are entered to win.

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Ecology wants to hear from the Lake Spokane community


If you live on or near Lake Spokane, the Washington Department of Ecology wants to know what you know!  Click here to complete an on-line survey.

Over the next year Ecology will be working with local conservation districts, the Lake Spokane Association and Avista Corp. to share information on how to keep Lake Spokane healthy.  Ecology will also be working with a few landowners to install buffers along their shorelines, demonstrating that using the shoreline can be balanced successfully with protecting it. Read more. 

ES certifiedSwitch to Green for Clean Carpets

Lund's Carpet Cleaning is EnviroStars certified and Spokane's Premier Green Cleaner since 2001. Follow Ben Lund's tips to help protect your health, home and Spokane River/aquifer system.


Using green products can mean different things to different people. Begin by looking at the chemicals on the product's label. Chemicals are used to release soils from the fibers in your clothes or carpets. If you've ever forgotten to add laundry detergent to the washing machine, you probably had to re-do the load with detergent to get the dirt out. Plain water won't do it.

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