Ice Age Floods Institute, Cheney-Spokane Chapter
- Family, Community, and Non-Profit
The Ice Age Floods Institute, Cheney-Spokane Chapter is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit, volunteer-based organization that is committed to the recognition and presentation of the ice age floods as a significant part of the Inland Northwest?s, nation?s, and the world?s, natural heritage. The Chapter includes, among its members, many amateur and professional geologists, as well as members with interests or careers in fields, such as agriculture, anthropology, archaeology, biology, community development, education, geography, government, history, outdoor recreation, photography, as wells as numerous others. Many citizens are just interested in learning about the geological history of where they live and visit
We sponsor field trips and lectures, facilitate the exchange of information among interested individuals, organizations and agencies, and work to expand the range of interpretive resources and materials available to the public.
Whom to Contact
- Jim FoxVice PresidentPhone: (509) 499-1816