Spokane Recreation and Conservation Reception

When Jun 06, 2012
from 08:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Where Inland Northwest Wildlife Council Auditorium
Contact Name
Contact Phone 206.748.0082
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Over the last 20 years, Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) grants have funded 39 projects worth $16 million for conservation and recreation areas in Spokane County. Ranging from Little Spokane River, Quartz Mountain, Antoine Peak, Mt. Spokane and the Centennial Trail, WWRP grants have created a high quality of life in the Spokane Valley. Click here for a complete list of WWRP projects in Spokane County.

Join us to celebrate these accomplishments and kickoff our campaign for next year's projects!

Rocks of Sharon

What: A kickoff for our campaign for next year's conservation and recreation projects and a celebration of everyone who made this work possible.

When: June 6th, 5:30-7:30pm

Where: Inland Northwest Wildlife Council Auditorium

How much: Free! Although any donations you can make to offset food and wine costs will be much appreciated.

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