Author Archives: The Lands Council

14 Feb
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Support the Oil Spill Prevention Act

Oil spills threaten Washington’s coast every day, putting coastal jobs, and our cultural heritage at risk.  Also at risk, our endangered Southern Resident Orca. Washington can pass oil spill prevention legislation this session modernizing safeguards and protecting our environment, economy, ...

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24 Jan
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2019 Backcountry Film Festival

  It’s that time of year again! Spokane area winter enthusiasts, come enjoy an evening with friends as we celebrate winter and human-powered adventure at the Winter Wildlands Alliance 14th annual Backcountry Film Festival, Thursday January 31st at Gonzaga University’s ...

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03 Jan
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Kettles Map Project

The Kettles Map Project is a cooperative team of cartographers, athletes, wildlife photographers, and guide book authors collaborating to create the first and only comprehensive map of the Kettle River Range in Ferry County, Washington. Located only two hours from ...

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01 Nov
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Tell Governor Inslee to Halt the Wolf Slaughter

Washington state continues to kill wolves and we need your help today to stop it. In the past few weeks, state-sponsored marksmen killed a 5-month-old pup and its mother from the Old Profanity Territory pack, leaving behind only the father ...

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01 Nov
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We Are TLC

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29 Oct
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Caribou Rainforest: From Heartbreak to Hope

David Moskowitz is an expert wildlife tracker, photographer, and author of the new book Caribou Rainforest: From Heartbreak to Hope. Join him for a unique multimedia journey into the tragically threatened world of endangered mountain caribou, their home in the ...

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29 Oct
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The Lands Council’s Comment on PacWest Smelter

October 24, 2018   Grant Pfeifer Eastern Regional Director Washington Department of Ecology 4601 N. Monroe Dear Director Pfeifer, The Lands Council would like to provide comments on the proposed PacWest Silicon Smelter, during the scoping period. We are incorporating ...

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23 Oct
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Spokane City Council Members Sign Their Support for I-1631

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23 Oct
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EWU Sustainability Panel: Creating a Sustainable Future

Join our Watershed Program Director, Amanda Parrish, at EWU Sustainability‘s panel this Friday, October 26th at 1:00 pm. Unlike most scientific panels, this will also include the economic and policy/law issues that arise when making decisions to improve sustainable living in ...

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12 Oct
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Kill the Fresh Hops Pint Night

Support The Lands Council by having a pint at the Community Pint on Tuesday, October 23rd at 5:00 pm. Halloween is approaching and Community Pint is celebrating by killing all the fresh hops. Come grab a pint of fresh hop ...

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