Media – Links – Documents – Interviews
Lydell Gorski. Protect Spokane River. (Letter to the Editor) Spokesman-Review. October 9, 2015.
Our Water, Our Future. Spokane Public Radio Talks. September 24, 2015.
H2KNOW Campaign draws attention to low Spokane River levels. Out There Monthly. September 2015.
Tom Soeldner. Appreciate Water Conservation. (Letter to the Editor) Spokesman-Review. August 29, 2015.
Joint News Release. H2KNOW and the City of Spokane encourage water conservation. August 13, 2015.
Molly Trotter. City continues to track lower Spokane River levels. KREM-TV-2. August 13, 2015.
Rich Landers. Updated: Spokane River flows low; water use soars. Spokesman-Review. August 11, 2015.
News Release. Water Use at Historic High, Spokane River near Historic Low. H2KNOW campaign. August 10, 2015.
John Hendricks. H2Know warns about low Spokane River levels, urges water conservation. KXYL-TV-4. August 10. (updated August 11, 2015).
Naiads blog. How the City of Spokane is Letting Its River Down. August 10, 2015
John Roskelley and Carolyn Leon. Guest opinion: Water waste saps our aquifer and river. Spokesman-Review. August 8, 2015.
Editorial: Washington’s weather changes require adaptability. Spokesman-Review. August 8, 2015.
Rich Landers. Water conservation makes sense for fish, wildlife lovers. Spokesman-Review. August 6, 2015
Steve Jackson. H2Know Helps Educate About Water Use. KPBX Public Radio. August 6, 2015.
Becky Kramer. Conservationists ask Spokane-area water users to conserve, protect river. Spokesman-Review. August 6, 2015.
Allison Flicker. H2KNOW: Our Spokane River is Low. KHQ-TV-6. August 5, 2015.
News Release. H2KNOW: our Spokane River is low. August 5, 2015.
Jake Thomas. Seven Ways Drought is impacting the Inland Northwest. July 29, 2015.
Rich Landers. Spokane River flows curbed: Lake CdA gains; whitewater season done. Spokesman-Review. June 8, 2015.
Naiads blog. Spokane River flows drop nearly 2,000 cfs in a single day. June 6, 2015.
Richard Rush and Rachael Paschal Osborn. Water Scarcity and Conflict. Sept 26, 2011.
Carey Jackson. Q&A: Rachael Paschal Osborn. The Inlander. April 21, 2010.
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