The Conservation Community (that’s you!) has helped Inland Northwest Land Conservancy to conserve over 23,000 acres of the beautiful wildlife habitats, waters, healthy forests, open spaces, and recreational lands that are essential to life in our region. Now it’s time to get to work caring for the lands we’ve protected!
One of the ways you can help is by becoming a Volunteer Land Steward! Stewards design and complete habitat enhancement projects, monitor trails, educate public land users, and note wildlife, vegetative, and hydrologic trends on the land.
Your extra eyes and ears on the land help us to be more responsive land managers and your extra hands ensure that important projects get completed quickly.
This training is the first step toward becoming a Volunteer Land Steward with the Conservancy, and will be followed by a site visit to your adopted site.