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Friends of SFTU

Weitas Creek
ConservationFriends of SFTU
February 25, 2018

Urgent public comments needed by 28 Feb – Protect the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests

We know there is a lot to read below. If you want to take action and submit a comment, please visit this page or see instructions below. Online: USFS App By E-mail: fpr_npclw@fs.fed.us By Mail: Attn: Zach Peterson, Forest Planner 903 3rd…
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Tale of Two Rivers
Friends of SFTU
January 22, 2018

Tale of Two Rivers

Thursday, January 25: Tale of Two Rivers  FREE - $5 donation. Don’t miss this! Space is limited. 6:00p: Reception (beer/wine & appetizers)  7:00p-9:00p: Program Washington Cracker Co. Building  304 W. Pacific  An evening of conversation on rivers and dams, salmon and orcas, people and…
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Spokane Indians new logo, mascot and uniform
Friends of SFTU
June 28, 2017

Spokane Indians redband themed mascot and uniform

Hard-fighting. Resilient. Part of Spokane’s identity. When the vice president of the Spokane Indians baseball team heard these words during a conversation last summer, he could have sworn they were talking about his players. Instead, Otto Klein found himself deep in discussion…
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Wild Steelheaders United
ConservationFriends of SFTUSnake River Dams
December 6, 2016

[Urgent] Attention All Anglers: Comments Needed!

The Columbia and Snake Rivers were once prolific producers of wild steelhead and salmon.  But today all Columbia Basin wild steelhead and salmon populations are just a small fraction of their historic abundance and are protected under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).…
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Free the Snake River
ConservationFriends of SFTUSnake River DamsVideo
November 12, 2016

Speak for the Salmon

Speak for the Salmon - Free the Snake. Please share this video far and wide and let's take these dams down! We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to restore wild salmon in the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia & Snake Rivers and their tributaries, once…
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Hangman Creek
ConservationFriends of SFTUVideo
October 11, 2016

Hangman Creek Video

Hangman Creek is one of the Spokane River’s largest tributaries, draining more than 400,000 acres of cropland, pasture and forest across four Washington and Idaho counties. It must be protected from pollution or order to sustain a healthy redband rainbow trout population…
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Jerry White Riverkeeper
Friends of SFTU
July 11, 2014

Fish conservationist Jerry White named new Spokane Riverkeeper

Posted By Jacob Jones on Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 10:13 AM Experienced fish conservationist Jerry White has been named the new Spokane Riverkeeper clean water advocate by the Center for Justice. A former employee of Save our Wild Salmon and a…
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