New State Line Access a go
We're pleased to announce that Spokane River restoration and non-motorized boat access at State Line will begin in October.
Multiple agencies have joined hands to construct and manage a riparian restoration, habitat and river-access project at State Line. The project benefits fish, plants and people. Read More
Johnston-Fix Foundation gives Forum eNews a boost
Thanks to the Johnston-Fix Foundation, Spokane River Forum eNews just got a boost. Their generous contribution of $4,000 will help keep Spokane River news coming for the next year. Read More
|Spokane Valley Upriver Scrub set for September 28th
The 11th annual Spokane River Clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, September 28th. Up to 1,000 people participate in this annual volunteer event that is organized by Friends of the Falls.
Upriver Scrub is for people who want to focus their river clean-up efforts in Spokane Valley. Since 2010, the Northwest Whitewater Association and Spokane River Forum have partnered with Friends of the Falls to extend river clean-up to Spokane Valley.
Date: September 28th
Meet-up Time, Registration and Safety Talk: 9:30am to 10:00am
Meet-up Locations: State Line, Harvard Road and Barker Road. Meet at Centennial Trail trailhead at each location.
Sign-up: Registration is not required. Groups planning on working together are encouraged to e-mail the Spokane River Forum at firstname.lastname@example.org with numbers of people attending and location they would like to work. This helps organizers assure there are enough supplies for everyone. Read More