The fourth annual Reforest Spokane Day aims to populate Spokane's waterways with native, river-repairing trees. Volunteers are sought to plant trees at four different locations along the Spokane River, helping to increase water quality, mitigate erosion and beautify the city, says Lands Council Community outreach coordinator Chelsea Updegrove. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own shovel, gloves and one or more gallons of water. Sign up online before showing up to the event so organizers know how much help they’ll have.
Sat, Oct. 25, from 9 am-noon • Sites near Garden Springs Creek, Valley Ford Park, Hangman Creek at Hatch Road and Hangman Creek at Valley Chapel Road • tinyurl.com/refospo14 • 209-2407