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Thank you for volunteering on behalf of local lands and waters! Your time and energy make a difference–for native plants and animals, our aquifer, the beautiful landscape of the Inland Northwest, and our local community–now and for generations to come.

The map below is for internal purposes only. It shows all of our protected properties, and land that is in the works for the organization. You can click on a specific property for more details.

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Sign up friends, family, or colleagues for a year-long membership in the Conservancy

Give the Gift of Conservation

Do you know others who are passionate about a love of nature, being outdoors, and protecting natural spaces for future generations? If so, we want to get to know them too! As a board member, you can “gift” a membership to anyone you would like, for only $10*. You may purchase as many gift memberships as you would like at any time of the year.

Click here to start gifting, making a difference you can see!

*This fee covers our cost to produce and distribute New Member Packets that include our most recent newsletter and postcard, a packet of native wildflower seeds, a Conservancy sticker, a Spokane trail map, a welcome letter containing an overview of our local impact, including a personalized note from you.

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Protected Properties and Active Projects

The map below is for internal purposes only. It shows all of our protected properties, and land that is in the works for the organization. You can click on a specific property for more details.

Invite your friends to also be part of making a difference you can SEE

Conservation Connection

Would you like to invite your friends, neighbors, family, and colleagues to conserve, care for, and connect with lands and waters essential to life in the Inland Northwest? Why not host a Conservation Connection event? This event can be whatever you’d like it to be, focused on a specific Conservancy project area like Reardan Lake or Rimrock to Riverside, or one of our programs like Grounded in Nature or Volunteer Land Stewardship. There can be snacks, drinks, a meal, or none of those things, but a grueling hike up Mica Peak. Make it something you are excited about, and something you think your contacts will enjoy.

Find the Tool Kit here and read through what’s needed of the host (that’s you) and what staff will provide. Then email Carol at [email protected] to set up a date and time. Thanks for your investment!

What IS a conservation easement, anyway?

Conservation Easements 101

Learn the basics of conservation easements from our friends at the Kaniksu Land Trust. This video defines terms that we use all the time in land protection, but might not make sense to the general public. Learning from the KLT team will give you a better idea of how the work of Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is structured, and how it benefits land owners, wildlife and plants, and the bigger community. If you still have questions at the end, please get in touch with someone on our staff team. We’d love to answer them!

Board Documents

Handbook

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