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Spokane River Canoe Classic paddle for friends and family


Help celebrate safe and fun boating with the running of the Canoe Classic down the Spokane River. The event is Saturday, June 30, and will start at Post Falls, Idaho's Corbin Park. This is a good, family-fun event showcasing the Spokane River for novice to experienced paddlers. Read more. 


PCBs, a world-wide and local conundrum, the focus of Spokane River Toxics Workshop


Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) aren't going away, at least not for a long time; they are everywhere no matter what the land use, and they are difficult and expensive to deal with. Although manufacturing of PCBs in the United States was banned in 1979, this legacy pollutant still haunts the environment and is directly linked to health concerns. What's being done nationally and what to do about their presence in the Spokane River was the focus of this workshop. Read more.


FLOW Bowl & Pitcher
2 rafting spots left on Friday and Saturday  

Sign-up now. Help bring in the summer with Spokane River rafting right out your backdoor. This Friday  take off work a little early and enjoy a gentle, fun float from Corbin, ID to Harvard Road . On Saturday morning, experience Class III rapids as you travel through the Great Gorge and go through the Bowl and Pitcher and Devil's Toenail. Read more.


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