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Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society Program

The Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society program, “Sand Creek Connections: A Progress Report” will be presented by Katie Cox (Executive Director, Kaniksu Land Trust) and Mark Stockwell (KNPS member) on Saturday, March 16th at 10:00 a.m. The program will be held at the East Bonner County Library’s main branch (1407 Cedar Street, Sandpoint). In-person attendance is at the Sandpoint Library. Coffee, tea and snacks will be available starting at 9:30 a.m. The program is co-sponsored by the Library and Sandpoint Parks & Recreation, and is free and open to the public.

About the program:

Sand Creek Connections was established to create a space for community connection, communication, and collaboration to identify a future vision for the Sand Creek Corridor. Our team, including the Kalispel Tribe, Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society, and other area partners, will be conducting initial inventories and analysis of environmental conditions in the corridor, including identifying native plants, invasive species, and water quality. Recommendations on how to achieve a shared vision and goals for the Sand Creek Corridor will be made to the cities of Ponderay and Sandpoint, and local stakeholders will be engaged to identify opportunities and constraints. We will also educate the larger public about our shared water environments, including plants and wildlife habitats, and our public stewardship of these assets.

For questions about this program, please contact the event organizer.

The event is finished.



Mar 16 2024


9:30 am

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Sandpoint Library
1407 Cedar St. Sandpoint, Idaho


Native Plant Society
[email protected]
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