Thurs., July 4, 2019, 8:52 p.m. By Mindy Smith and the Rev. Martin Wells Maps of the Columbia River circulating in the U.S. often stop at the international border, as though the world beyond is unknown. Rivers, forests and wildlife don’t recognize such borders. For thousands of years salmon returned to spawn along this undivided … Continue reading Mindy Smith and the Rev. Martin Wells: Much is at stake in Columbia River treaty’s update
Under the terms of a 2006 settlement agreement between the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Teck American Incorporated (Teck), a pollution investigation is being performed to establish the nature, extent and possible human health and ecological risks of contaminants found in the Upper Columbia River, which includes Lake Roosevelt and the Upper Columbia River Valley. … Continue reading Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study
Click here to read archived articles Cause for Alarm INLANDER - June 30, 2016 Residents of a remote part of Stevens County say something is making them sick, but no one is sure exactly what it is... Read more Tim Loe and his partner, Gina Britton, worry that something uphill is making their goats sick. … Continue reading NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
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