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Modernizing the Columbia River Treaty (Spokane)

Friday, February 21st, 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm, Feb 21st 2014

You are invited Winter Waters – 2014 spotlight on modernizing the Columbia River Treaty

Patsy Clark Mansion, 2208 W. 2nd Ave Spokane, WA

Our annual celebration of water will focus on the international effort to modernize the Columbia River Treaty to return salmon home to the Spokane River and other ancestral spawning waters in the upper Columbia Basin. D.R. Michel, Upper Columbia United Tribes Executive Director, will keynote the evening.

We'll also provide an update on Oil Trains and Coal Trains by Jace Bylenga, Sierra Club.

Watershed Heroes – 2014

The event will honor two WSU emeritus professors -- Norman Whittlesey and Walter Butcher -- for their historic contributions in water economics and ongoing scrutiny of costly federal and state irrigation projects proposed for our region. Their academic integrity in service to the public has helped protect rivers, taxpayers, and ratepayers for decades.

To RSVP, or to volunteer to help, contact: John Osborn, john@waterplanet.ws 509.939-1290

Tickets are $25 (click here or pay at the Patsy Clark Mansion)


Event Sponsors: Eymann-Allison-Hunter-Jones PS * Jeff Lambert | EnviroScience Smith & Lowney PLLC * The QPR Institute