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Volunteers help restore Spokane River access at state line

Some of the 64 volunteers who helped in October with a shoreline restoration project at the Spokane River access site at the state line. (Spokane River Forum)
Some of the 64 volunteers who helped in October with a shoreline restoration project at the Spokane River access site at the state line. (Spokane River Forum)

RIVERS — Here's a tip of the hat to the 64 volunteers who volunteered on a weekend in October to plant 550 trees and shrubs and install fencing and improvements to restore the Spokane River shoreline at the state line river access site.

The ongoing project is coordinated by the Spokane Conservation District and Spokane River Forum and supported by numerous other groups and local businesses that prize the Spokane River and public access to its assets.




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