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September 2016

New Member Party at The Lands Council

Allow us to introduce ourselves! Thursday, September 8th at 5:00 pm Saranac Rooftop 25 West Main Spokane, Washington We’re hosting a rooftop party to get to know new members of the community and you’re invited! Learn about our work and enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks.

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2nd Annual Brewftop Party

Young people of Spokane: we are throwing you - the future leaders, supporters, and activists in our community - another Brewftop Party. This party will catch you up on what The Lands Council does for our regional environment, why it is important, and how you can get involved. Do you know who The Lands Council is? Know what we do to protect our local Inland Northwest environment? No? Well you should. Let us buy you a beer and share some food, so you can get to know us! Free Beer! Live Music! Free Food! Beer on tap by the tasty Black Label…

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Spokane River Clean-Up

Love the Spokane River? Join over 600 folks from across our region in the annual 13th Annual Spokane River Clean-Up on Saturday, September 17th. Each year, the trash tallies grow as more and more volunteers show up and cover more and more areas along the Spokane River shoreline. A growing list of groups and organizations – like high schools, churches, whitewater groups, service clubs and others – sign up too. The Clean-Up is a great way to give back to the community and beautify the river. Whether you’re a first-timer or an experienced picker-upper, you’re invited to join the fun.…

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October 2016

Reforest Spokane Day

Over the past five years, The Lands Council and hundreds of volunteers have gathered together for a very special day: Reforest Spokane Day! In three hours, thousands of trees are planted and a sense of community pride and stewardship established. This is the underlying mission of Reforest Spokane Day: to continue to plant trees as a community until future generations in the beautiful Inland Northwest are surrounded by one million trees that symbolize community, stewardship, and dedication. This year, on Saturday, October 15th Lands Council volunteers will set out to reforest Spokane by planting at various locations throughout Spokane, including local…

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