Avista began monitoring bald eagles as a component of the Spokane River Project license issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 2009.
A living laboratory on the lake
Removing non-native aquatic invasive weeds is a real challenge
The Spokane River provides us all with clean and affordable electricity, and much more, including a home for fish, habitat for wildlife and opportunities for recreation
Wouldn't you rather play when you know the odds are good?
Visit some of the many natural wonders along the Spokane River