Basketball, basketball, basketball, and this stuff:
We look forward to this local 3-minute film festival — City of Coeur d’Alene
Prescribed burns would cut wildfire carbon footprint — Yale Environment 360
The Idaho legislature plays fast and loose with the Panhandle Health District’s aquifer protection rules. But maybe a stronger DEQ role would help? — Spokesman Review
Speaking of septics rules and water quality … the complex Spokane River TMDL has been refered back to Washington’s Department of Ecology for reconsideration under a formal dispute resolution process. The Spokane River Forum (sponsor of a big Spokane River Conference this coming week) has the documents for review here and here.