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August 2018

Paddle the Hanford Reach

On August 25th, John Roskelley, internationally acclaimed mountaineer and author of Paddling the Columbia: A Guide To All 1,200 Miles Of Our Scenic & Historical River, will be leading two kayak tours of the Hanford Reach segment of the Columbia River. The Hanford Reach is the last non-tidal, free-flowing section of the Columbia River in the United States. The tour will launch at 9:00 am, and will take paddlers 19 miles from Vernita Bridge to the White Bluffs WDFW Boat Launch. Depending on the speed of the water, the trip will take 5 to 6 hours. Some paddling experience required.…

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Wander Wild: Mt. Spokane Hike

Join us for a hike in our Wander Wild Series at Mt. Spokane State Park on August 25th. You could hike for days and not see the same view twice at Mount Spokane State Park. One of Washington’s largest state parks, Mount Spokane has 100 miles of trails in the richly forested Selkirk Mountains.   Stay tuned for more information! Sign up here!

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September 2018

Free the Snake Flotilla

4th Annual Free the Snake Flotilla & River Recreation Day!! Bring your kayak, canoe, jetboat, dory, raft, pontoon, motor boat, drift boat or other vessel and join us for an easy paddle on the lower Snake River in support of removing four deadbeat dams to restore a free-flowing river and wild salmon and steelhead. Camping: We have reserved more than 60 campsites at Chief Timothy Park for the evening of Friday, Sept. 7 and Saturday, Sept. 8. All tent sites and RV sites are first-come, first-served. You do not need to make a reservation with the park. Flotilla volunteers will collect $10 per…

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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's share a beer and share some food, so you can get to know us! Yummy Beer! Live Music! Delicious Food! Sponsored by Guardian Life Insurance Company Friday, September 7th at 5:00 pm at 1182…

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Spokane River Clean-Up

Love the Spokane River? Join over 600 folks from across our region in the annual 15th Annual Spokane River Clean-Up on Saturday, September 15th. 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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Wander Wild: Scotchman Peak Hike

Join us for a hike in our Wander Wild Series at Scotchman Peak on September 22nd. Scotchman Peak Trail is an 8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Clark Fork, Idaho that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding. The views from the top of 7,009 foot Scotchman Peak are gorgeous enough to allow visitors to forget that they gained 3,730 feet in elevation over the course of 3.5 miles to get there. With more than 1,000 feet gained per mile, it is one…

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Wander Wild: Riverside State Park Hike

Join us for a hike in our Wander Wild Series at Riverside State Park on September 29th. No trip to Spokane is complete without a stop at Riverside State Park. Approximately 9 miles from Spokane, Riverside provides recreational opportunities for almost every type of visitor. From mountain biking to horseback riding, rock climbing and hiking. Riverside has it all!   Stay tuned for more information! Sign up here!

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