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CSG West | Legislative Council on River Governance | 2021

CSG West | Legislative Council on River Governance | 2021

The CSG West Legislative Council on River Governance (LCRG), chaired by Senator Michelle Stennett of Idaho, will convene in Lewiston, Idaho on August 22-24, 2021. Composed of legislators from the four Columbia River states of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, the LCRG will meet to discuss common challenges and emerging opportunities faced by the people living and doing business in the Columbia River Basin (CRB), as well as share strategies to address these challenges and leverage new opportunities.

This year's meeting provides an invaluable venue to gain a comprehensive perspective of the activities and projects undertaken by states, federal entities, utilities, and tribal authorities. Participants can also expect tours of local projects and sites including the WSU Organic Farm and the Port of Lewiston.

Lodging Information:

Discounted hotel rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis through August 12. Rooms start at $119/night plus tax. To reserve a room, please click here or call 208-799-1000. If you choose to make your reservation over the phone, be sure to mention you are attending the CSG West event and eligible for the group rate.

A credit card will be required to reserve a room. Hotel reservations are subject to a 48-hour cancellation policy. If you do not cancel at least 48 hours prior to arrival, you will be charged for 1 night + tax.


Registration Information:

  • For Members: All state legislators have an existing profile available for registration login. Don’t remember your username or password? Click the appropriate link below the sign in fields for prompters on how to retrieve and/or change this information.
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If you need additional assistance in securing your login information, please contact CSG West staff, Adrian Alvarado, at aalvarado@csg.org or (301) 661-3329 for personal assistance.


When
8/22/2021 - 8/24/2021
Where
Hells Canyon Grand Hotel 621 21st Street Lewiston, ID 83501 UNITED STATES

Program


 
To ensure the health and safety of all meeting participants during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will be implemented for all program sessions, meals, and events. All faculty, participants and staff attending are expected to comply with local, county or state regulations in place at the time of the program. This could include social distancing measures and/or wearing of face masks (covering the mouth and nose). All participants will be advised of current protocols immediately prior to the program dates to ensure adequate preparations can be made. By clicking this section, you are acknowledging your intention to comply with such protocols.
Time
8/22/2021 - 8/24/2021
8/22/2021