2014 Newsletters

Fall 2014 Issue

In This Issue:

  • Residential and upland soil sampling nears completion 
  • Proposed fee increase at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
  • Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail begins to take shape
  • Marina enhancements help improve recreational experience
  • New laser light show graces face of Grand Coulee Dam
  • RI/FS 2014 Sampling and Report Status
  • Student Discovery Week and Lake Roosevelt Water Festival keep Lake Roosevelt a destination attraction for education
  • LRF bus tour rolls through upper Columbia
  • Council Fish and Wildlife Program explores reintroduction of salmon and steelhead above Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee dams
  • Tribes propose restoring anadromous salmon runs past Grand Coulee
  • The new and old of Grand Coulee Dam captured in video
  • Spokane hosts transboundary conference
  • Cell towers, service and view sheds
Winter 2014 Issue

In This Issue:

  • Barnaby Creek recovers spawning ground
  • Getting to Know: Dan Foster
  • 2014 Lake Level Forecast
  • EPA sampling soil at homes near U.S. Canadian Border
  • Research in Action, Sediment Sampling
  • RI/FS 2014 Sampling and Report Status
  • 2013 LRF Conference has record turnout
  • Fish advisory signs a joint effort Fish Advisory
  • Educational opportunities for kids plentiful
  • County Commissioners speak out on Columbia River Treaty
  • Spokane Tribe seeking compensation for effects of Grand Coulee Dam