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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.

Spokane River June Fund Drive: Our Community ... Our River 

If it's June, the rivers are full and summer fun is at our door step. What better time to donate to the Forum's efforts to enjoy and sustain a healthy river system.

Paddles in the air  


The Spokane River Water Trail, Meet at the River, EnviroStars, eNews, Conferences and Workshops, and restoration projects are examples of Forum initiatives that create intimate and caring connections with the river. Thousands of people are directly and in-directly benefiting from activities.


Every Tuesday in June we're going to highlight initiatives and partners. Donate now to help us keep a good thing going.

Water Trail access continues to expand

Since beginning this initiative in 2009, over 30 stakeholders have stepped forward to help plan and implement actions.


Here's a report on the amazing and successful work by stakeholders and partners to create new and restored Spokane River Water Trail access and riparian restoration. Learn more.  

Barker Road Water Trail Riparian Restoration     

At the end of March, volunteers came together to continue Barker Road riparian restoration. Thank you to Spokane Conservation District for providing the willow whips. Click here to view the slide show.

Darden (Olive Garden) Awards Water Trail Grant



Did you know there were three Olive Garden restaurants in the Spokane, Coeur d'Alene area? Well the next time you stop by one for a family meal, thank them for their generosity to the Spokane River Water Trail.


Darden Restaurants Community Grants Program awarded the Forum $3,000 to support development of the State Line project. Read more. 

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