International conference set on Columbia’s future

The conference, “Learning From Our Past to Shape Our Future,” will provide attendees from both sides of the border.

  • Apr. 17, 2014 12:00 p.m.

The future of the Rossland region’s major waterway is the focus of an international conference that will take place in Spokane Oct. 21-23.

The conference, “Learning From Our Past to Shape Our Future,” will provide attendees from both sides of the border with unique learning and discussion opportunities about the history and future of the river including topics such as hydropower, fish and wildlife, the Columbia River Treaty and First Nations and Tribal interests. This is the fourth conference to be co-convened by the Columbia Basin Trust and the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Registration opened April 8 at www.columbiabasin-2014conference.org.

 

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