Events

The Conservancy believes in the power of connecting people to nature. Our events are designed to give participants a unique view of lands we protect and an understanding of why they matter. We also work to instill the value of natural places in our community to raise up a human support structure for the earth here in the Inland Northwest.

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Events

August 9 Waikiki Springs Trail Work

New trail construction project at Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve.  Minimum volunteer age is 10 years old, and volunte...

Aug 12 Saltese ROCKS Geology Hike w/Nigel Davies

Have you ever wondered how Saltese Uplands and Saltese Flats were shaped and formed during the past ice age?  On Augus...

August 13 Waikiki Springs Trail Work

Work will continue on the new single track trails through the Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve.  Tools and expertise ar...

August 23 Waikiki Springs Trail Work

Work continues on the trails at Waikiki Springs.  Soon there will be purpose built single-track trails for the communi...

August 26 Waikiki Spring Trail Work

Trail building is fun and rewarding at any age.  Tools and expertise are provided by INLC staff.  Volunteers need to ...

September 9 Waikiki Springs Trail Work

Trail work can replace your need to visit the gym and might even replace your favorite cardio workout.  The Spokane co...

September 13 Waikiki Springs Trail Work

Sometimes tree stumps make life more difficult, but it is nothing that a team of trail building volunteers can’t ...

September 29 Waikiki Springs Trail Work

Trail work is teamwork at its best.  Tools and stories are shared while building something that will last for decades ...

Annual Meeting

Save the date to learn about the impact your support has on lands and waters essential to life in the Inland Northwest.

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Become a Volunteer Land Steward

The Conservation Community (that’s you!) has helped Inland Northwest Land Conservancy to conserve over 20,000 acres of the Inland Northwest to protect existing habitat from development! One of the ways you can help enhance these protected lands is by becoming a Volunteer Land Steward. Stewards will design and complete restoration projects, educate public land users, and note trends on the land.

Become a Volunteer Land Steward today!