LRF Conference bigger, better than ever

On April 21st and 22nd, the Forum set a record with 320 people attending one or both days of the 2015 Lake Roosevelt Forum Conference. That’s a 17 percent increase over the last conference, and a 27 percent increase when we look back two conferences.

What’s with this growth? “From around the Northwest and across the border with our Canadian friends,” said the Forum’s Executive Director Andy Dunau, “there’s a growing realization just how important Lake Roosevelt and the upper Columbia are to our daily lives. People get that the future isn’t about hanging out in silos, it’s about networking and learning from each other. The conference fills that need.” Summer 2015 Issue

Also in this Issue

  • Salmon above Grand Coulee Dam
  • Drought year has everyone’s attention
  • Lake Roosevelt Joins the Aquatic Invasive Species Fight
  • Residential soil sampling leads to time critical removal action in upper Columbia Valley
  • Citizens for a Clean Columbia Perspective on 2014 Residential Soil Study