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By Llody Stoess
Palouse Falls Chapter President, Ice Age Floods Institute 

Group explores scablands from Crab Creek to Moses Lake

 

Last updated 10/9/2020 at 2:09pm

Michelle Plumb

A car caravan comprised of 17 members of the Ice Age Floods Institute led by Palouse Falls Chapter President Lloyd Stoess, Vice-President Jacqui Hair and EWU Geology Professor Chad Pritchard stops for lunch at Dry Falls Saturday, Oct. 26.

The Palouse Falls Chapter of the Ice Age Floods Institute hosted their annual Fall tour Saturday, Oct. 26. This is the fifth tour since their formation in 2015. The previous tours were by bus but due to Covid-19, it was decided to hold this tour by car caravan.

The tour was led by Chapter President Lloyd Stoess, Vice-President Jacqui Hair, and Chad Pritchard, a professor of geology at EWU. Seventeen people checked in at the Ritzville City Park for introductions and instructions. Not only was there local participation, but guests from as far as Seattle, Lewiston, Idaho, and Bozeman, Mont...



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