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  • To preserve and sustain the unique character of the Little Spokane River Valley, including it's open space and natural setting.
  • To maintain lower density zoning.
  • To protect the area's ecosystem including water quality, wetlands, priority habitat and wildlife, and dwindling native vegetation.
  • To encourage the development of area parks and natural areas.
  • To educate public officials of the concerns of the Friends of the Little Spokane River Valley, and be pro-active when major issues are at the forefront.



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    Welcome to the Friends of the Little Spokane River Valley

    News    
    October 2017 Newsletter
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    October 2017 Newsletter as PDF for download
    News
    2018 Annual Meeting
    Friday, February 23, 2018
    Mark Case
    New Board Member
    A River Captured: The Columbia River Treaty and Catastrophic Change by Eileen Pearkes
    Reviewed by Jack Nisbet
    Living Water: Salmon's Presence
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Earth Day Clean-Up of Our Valley 2017
    by Michael Kennedy
    Thanks Be to the Decorator!
    October Board Meeting
    by Harla Jean Biever
    Sign Up for Amazon Smile
    Colbert Road Trail
    by Mark Case
    In Memoriam - Daniel Eugene Forsyth
    Annual Meeting 2017
    Valley Cleanup 2017
    Land Along the Little Spokane River
    Report from Fairwood Community Leaders
    Membership
    Threads of Red
    Tina Wynecoop
    New Bench
    Kirk Neuman
    FRIENDS OF THE LITTLE SPOKANE RIVER VALLEY IS CELEBRATING OVER 20 YEARS WITH A LOOK BACK AT OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
    Registration for Tour and Field Trip
    2017 ANNUAL MEETING AND DINNER/AUCTION
    Friday, February 24, 2017 -- Wandermere Golf Club
    FRIENDS OF THE LITTLE SPOKANE RIVER VALLEY IS CELEBRATING OVER 20 YEARS WITH A LOOK BACK AT OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN-UP: A CELEBRATION OF EARTH DAY
    Saturday, April 22, 2017
    Valley Cleanup Report - 2016
    by Michael Kennedy
    Membership
    Conservation Future Nomination
    Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
    Annual Meeting - 2016
    Valley Cleanup 2016
    by Michael Kennedy
    List of resources re: Salmon/Upper Columbia River Basin:
    Warning to Pet Owners
    By Erin Kennedy, DVM
    2015 Fairwood District Farmers Market
    Hosted by Allen Family Properties
    Valley Cleanup
    By Michael Kennedy
    2015 Annual Meeting
    Proposed New Housing Development
    By Jennifer Mudge
    Pine River Park Neighborhood Entrance Will Be Getting a New Look
    Rehab Cleanup Signs -- Volunteers Needed
    By Michael Kennedy
    Jack Nisbet Saltese Uplands Field Trip Coming May 2, 2015
    Mark Your Calendar!
    Wildlife Highway
    By Jack and Ro Bury
    Pioneer of Our Valley
    By Dana Davis Kelly
    Where a Wind Blew . . .
    By Harla Jean Biever New Hope Resource Center Board Member
    Membership Renewal
    Drama on the Little Spokane
    By Lindell Haggin
    Remembering
    Board Member Michael Kennedy
    What Was In Grandpaís Trunk
    By Harla Jean Heiser Biever
    Annual Meeting
    Valley Cleanup 2014
    By Michael Kennedy
    2014 Annual Meeting and Dinner/Auction
    Saturday, February 22, 2014
    Serving Our Communities
    by Harla Jean Biever, President
    Board New Hope Resource Center
    Augy Augustine
    In Memoriam
    Our New bridge
    by Martha Schaefer
    Is Your Last Rose Of Summer Going To The Deer?
    Looking Back
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Trails To The Library(s)
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Valley Cleanup 2013
    by Michael Kennedy
    Apex Industries make Herons for New Bridge
    Mark Your Calendar - Jack Nisbet Walking Tour
    Saturday, May 10, 2014
    Membership
    Annual Spring Cleanup
    Saturday, April 27th -- 9:30 am
    In Memoriam
    Annual Meeting
    by Martha Schaefer, Vice President
    Thank You 2013 Donors For Auction Items!
    We Did Great!
    PET Project Spreads Mobility
    by Cindy Hval
    Article Courtesy of Spokesman-Review
    Mac Presents -- David Douglas Historic Tours -- With Jack Nisbet
    Come See The Butterflies!
    Memorial Bricks
    by Harla J. Biever
    Work Day At Camp Dart-Lo
    Postmarks
    by Tina Wynecoop
    A Look Back at FLSRV History
    by Martha Schafer, Board Vice-President
    Mark Your Calendar For Our 2013 Annual Meeting
    We're Adopting!
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Bravo for the Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour
    by Tina Wynecoop
    FLSRV Board-Authorized Letter Regarding The New Bridge
    by Lance Pounder, President
    Little Spokane River Bridge No. 3602 Replacement Project Update for Fall of 2012
    Cottonwood Trees in North Spokane County
    by W.G. Magnuson
    Delay Pruning To Help Wildlife Now
    by Michael Kennedy
    Spokane Fish Hatchery
    by Kirk Newmann
    Second Annual Hike With Jack Nisbet
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour
    Pine River Park Update
    by Lance Pounder
    Oldest Barn in Spokane County?
    by W.G. Magnuson, Jr.
    Spring is for the Birds (and Birders)!
    by Lindell Haggin
    Roundabouts
    by Jack Bury
    Valley Cleanup
    by Michael Kennedy
    2012 Annual Meeting
    by Tina Wynecoop, Auction Chairman
    Thank You! FLSRV 2012 Auction Donors
    A Little History
    by Harla Jean Biever
    Water Quality
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Walking Tour May 12, 2012
    Roberta Ellis, FLSRV Member
    State Needs Volunteers to Score Recreation, Conservation Grant Applications
    THANK YOU! DONORS TO 2012 FLSRV SILENT AUCTION
    WTA Work Parties 2012
    2012 Annual Meeting and Dinner/Auction
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Little Spokane Bridge is Being Replaced
    by Marla Schaeffer
    Walking Tour Review
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Keeping Pine River Park Open
    by Lance Pounder
    86,400 Seconds
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Valley Cleanup
    by Michael Kennedy
    Better Dead Than Alive?
    Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
    The Way It Was: History Along Our Organizationís Namesake
    by Tina Wynecoop
    The Smell of Home
    by Carole Mack From: Diggings.org
    2011 Annual Meeting and Dinner/Auction
    Saturday, March 5, 2011
    What is Conservation Futures
    by Martha Schaefer
    FLSRV Nominates Scholz Property for Conservation Futures Purchase
    Letter sent to Spokane Conservation Futures from Lance Pounder, on behalf of FLSRV
    A River Flows Through It
    by Bart Haggin
    Pine River Park Help Keep it Open
    by Lance Pounder
    County Bridge Upgrades
    by Harla Jean Biever
    Spring Cleanup Date Announced
    Saturday, April 16 Starting at 9:00am.
    Little Spokane Artists Plan Studio Tour
    by Hulda Bridgeman
    Team from 3 Counties Presents Gardening Workshop
    Saturday, January 29th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    3rd Annual Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour
    by Hulda Bridgeman
    Keeping Pine River Park Open
    by Lance Pounder
    New Board Members Elected
    by Kirk Neumann
    Annual Meeting Held
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Pine River County Park
    by Doug Chase
    General Service Modifications for 2010 Park Season
    by Doug Chase
    Mt. Spokane, The Little Spokane River, Rock Cairn Vision Quest Sites and a Poem
    by Tina Wynecoop
    Membership
    by Harla Jean Biever
    Cleanup Day Report
    by Lance Pounder
    An Amazing CBC (Christmas Bird Count) Adventure Story
    by Jeanne Dammarell
    2nd Annual Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour
    by Hulda Bridgeman
    2009 Annual Meeting and Dinner/Auction
    by Tina Wynecoop
    US Highway 2 to the Wandermere Vicinity North Spokane Corridor: Wall Architectural Treatment

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