Our Mission: To conserve, care for, and connect with lands and waters essential to life in the Inland Northwest

Our Vision: A future of interconnected natural habitats throughout the Inland Northwest, supporting thriving populations of native plants and wildlife, respected and enjoyed by all who call this region home.

 

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Working With Our Community

Building Connections

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy works with our community to identify and protect special places throughout the region. We protect private lands through legal agreements with landowners. We also work to improve lands under our management for habitat, clean water and air, and native plants. In recent years, the Conservancy has partnered with other agencies and community organizations to protect land for public enjoyment. Check out our projects under Where We Work and join us in protecting this beautiful area for years to come!

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Historic South Hill Farm

Drewes Farm Protected Forever

Your Conservancy is proud to announce the protection of a portion of the historic Drewes Farm on Spokane’s upper South Hill. This land, farmed for generations, will remain an island of open space in one of the city’s fast-growing urban areas, allowing future access to nature for tens of thousands of residents. Click here to read more about this project.

Waikiki Springs Bridge is Open

Bridge Work is Complete at Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve

As of December 9th, the Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve is open to the public! Be on the lookout for a WSNP bridge “Before and After” news update coming soon.

Conservation By The Numbers

Waterways & Shoreline

125 miles

Spokane & Kootenai County Households Within Sight of

Land the Conservancy Has Helped Protect

90%

Acres of Protected Land

22,682

Conservation Agreement Acres

13,670

Partner Project Acres

9,012

Public Preserves

Three

Where We Work

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is focused on creating opportunities with community leaders, private landowners, and government agencies to preserve the clean air, waters, and scenic beauty of the Inland Northwest region.

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What We Do

We envision a future of interconnected natural habitats throughout the Inland  Northwest, supporting thriving populations of native plants and wildlife,  enjoyed and respected by the people who also call this region home.

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Partners in Conservation

Critical Local Connections

Local land conservation is made possible with the help of our many partners. Here are just a few of our conservation partners who make it all possible.