Restoring Salmon

Jul 6th

Arising from the ashes of cultural genocide, Indigenous efforts working through the Upper Columbia United Tribes are leading the way to restoring salmon, including to the Spokane River. This event will start by revisiting Spokane's railroad history, then traveling downriver past Avista's Nine Mile Dam to Spokane House at the confluence of the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers, finishing at Aquifer Springs below Dead Man's Hill to talk about the importance of the aquifer in providing clean, flowing water for salmon. This third and final history tour will focus on salmon, pandemics and cultural genocide, and the recent emergence of tribal sovereigns as leaders in cleaning up pollution and restoring salmon to the Upper Columbia. This event is a three-hour carpool. Meet at the parking lot of Grocery Outlet near I-90.

Visit the website to RSVP and sign waiver.

Meet at Grocery Outlet

1617 W 3rd Ave
Spokane, WA 99201

  • Time: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM