“The Living River” is Spokane Riverkeeper Bart Mihailovich’s blog, featuring Spokane Riverkeeper news, action alerts and perspective, as well as periodical musings about clean water, climate change and other environmental issues.

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Quick update on Midnite Mine

Quick update on Midnite Mine

Spokane Tribe calls for more time to review Midmite Mine clean-up plan and rally local residents and area citizens to do the […]

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Has a new bar been set in Spokane?

In case you’ve been hibernating through the winter and spring, there has been a flurry of activity, events, decision and more that […]

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“How the Spokane River was Formed”

A Spokane Tribe of Indians account: A long, long time ago on this land lived a huge monster. His breath was foul […]

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Guest post: Funnel Vision

Here’s a guest post by Spokane Riverkeeper intern Rachel Nichols featuring her thoughts and notes from last week’s “Heavy Traffic Still Ahead” […]

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Recapping our annual spring river clean up

On Saturday (April 12), over 100 people joined us for our annual Spokane Riverkeeper Spring River Clean up. By all accounts it was an amazing success! It was our biggest and best clean up by far, we had a record number of partners on board to make it so, and above all we left a part of the Spokane River MUCH cleaner than we found it. Here’s a quick recap and photos.

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Save the Date: Spokane River Forum’s H20 Breakfast is May 6 in Spokane

On May 6th at the Lincoln Center in Spokane, the Spokane River Forum will host the H2O Breakfast with the theme of […]

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Fishing for redbands on the Spokane River

In honor of tomorrow’s International Fly Fishing Film Festival at the Bing, here’s a great video about how to fish for redband […]

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