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Thank you for loving Lake Pend Oreille!

Thank you for loving Lake Pend Oreille!

For the week of Earth Day, we hosted 3 volunteer clean up events around our watershed and then held one clean up event in early May. During these events, over 100 volunteers picked up around 600lbs of trash to celebrate Earth Day and to care for...

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Spring 2021 Semi-Annual Report

Spring 2021 Semi-Annual Report

It's no joke - our Spring 2021 Semi- Annual Report is finally here! This report includes details about current issues, our programs and events, a kids' corner, a note from one of our Board members, and more! View our Spring 2021 Semi-Annual Report...

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The importance of snow in our watershed

The importance of snow in our watershed

In the fall, many of us wait patiently as the temperatures drop and the mountains surrounding Sandpoint slowly become covered with snow. One of the many benefits to living in north Idaho in the winter is the multitude of recreational activities...

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Water Meets Politics

Water Meets Politics

We are certainly living in an odd time. We are in the midst of a worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, we have people relocating to our area at what seems to be an alarming rate, and our political climate is more divisive than I can remember. All of...

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Spring 2020 Semi-Annual Report

Spring 2020 Semi-Annual Report

We are excited to release our Spring 2020 Semi-Annual Report! This report includes details about current issues, our programs and events, a kids' corner, a note from our Board of Directors Vice President, and more! View our Spring 2020 Semi-Annual...

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Keeping the railroads responsible

Keeping the railroads responsible

In late April, Phil Longden, a resident of the Hope area, emailed Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper regarding an issue along the lakeshore. He mentioned that Montana Rail Link (MRL) had staged some railroad ties along the track for a future repair and...

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