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  • City Building
  • City Building

    Explore the birth and life of Spokane in a single afternoon.
      2. The Fur Trade Flourishes When the Hudson’s Bay Company took over Spokane House, they developed the Trail to Seneacquoteen to connect the outpost to the Pend Oreille River near Laclede, Idaho. Part of it still exists as a leisurely hike along the Little Spokane River near Indian Painted Rocks.
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  • Fresh And Fabulous
  • Fresh And Fabulous

    Its farmers market time
      Farmers markets are popping up like Starbucks all over the country. This phenomenon reflects a happy union of small-scale farmers willing to grow and urban populations eager to eat fresh produce. Across the Inland Northwest, our farmers markets are opening back up for the new season.
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