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September 23, 2014      
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Click here to view the Spokane River Forum Conference Agenda.


With 3 plenary sessions, 2 lunch keynote speakers, and 20 breakout sessions, we're bringing in more speakers and topics than ever. Add to that the Coeur d'Alene Lake "Our Gem" symposium the day before the conference, and this is also the Forum's most far reaching conference.


Big thanks to our stakeholders and sponsors from throughout the community who are assisting with conference planning, session development and recruitment of speakers.


Click here to register now for the 2014 conference


Click here to visit the conference web site.


November 18

Coeur d'Alene Lake Our Gem Symposium


November 19 - 20

Spokane River Forum Conference


Volunteers needed for Upriver Scrub   


The Fifth Annual Upriver Scrub is taking place this Saturday, September 27th. Starting at 9:30 a.m., volunteers will help with Spokane River cleanup from Stateline to Mirabeau Park.


In particular, we're looking for a few more people to assist with clean-up at Barker Road.  


Click here to register and get further information. To assure there are enough supplies and support, registration is required.


Registrants will be entered into a raffle from REI to win an Outdoor Fun Package that includes camp chairs, festival mini bar and more valued at over $200!!

Sullivan Bridge Project Launch and Sullivan Park Improvements Dedication


The City of Spokane Valley invites you to join them in launching the start of the Sullivan Road West Bridge Replacement project! You'll also be able to see the newly expanded park grounds and new picnic shelter. RSVP required. Click here  for more information. 


The project is expected to be completed by fall 2016. The tail end of the project includes development of new river access. Further, Spokane Conservation District will implement a riverbank restoration project adjacent to the river access by spring 2017. Said Andy Dunau, the Forum's Executive Director, "The river access and restoration projects going on in the Valley are making it a destination attraction." For further information on river access, visit the Spokane Water Trail.

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