Changing the Course of the Columbia River

Ice Age Floods Presentation
at the Colfax Library
Tuesday, Sep. 19, 7 p.m.

Ice Age Floods Institute and Whitman County Library presents

"Changing the Course of the Columbia River"

Tuesday, September 19 at 7 p.m.

Colfax Library's meeting room.

The community is invited to take a look into how the Ice Age Floods changed the course of the Columbia River in eastern Washington. Incredible coulees, dry falls, scalands, bars and landslides along its path will be examined from the ground and above - all of which help tell the story of the mighty Columbia and the Missoula Floods.

For additional information, visit http://iafi.org or contact iafipf@gmail.com. Can't make this event? See it in Ritzville on September 11 at the Carnegie Library at 7 p.m. or in LaCrosse on September 13 at the Gathering Place at 7 p.m. Sponsored by Ice Age Floods Institute, Palouse Falls Chapter.
 


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