“Milky Change” at Rimrock to Riverside

November 11, 2021

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy hosts German rock band Milky Chance for Stewardship Project at Rimrock to Riverside

Germany-based rock band Milky Chance, scheduled to perform on Saturday, November 20 at the Knitting Factory, is using their platform to advocate for the climate. The band is going on tour, and partnering with local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to participate in projects that support healthy climate and community.

To this end, the band will spend Saturday morning, November 20, from 9 -11 a.m. planting and thinning trees, spreading milkweed seeds, and building habitat nests for native animals in the Rimrock to Riverside project area, situated between Palisades City Park and Riverside State Park. This land, protected by Inland Northwest Land Conservancy, is home to native plants, animals, frogs, and butterflies, as well as mysterious mima mounds, indigenous history, and incredible views of downtown Spokane, only minutes’ drive away.

Register to join in this community event at InlandNWLand.org/Events. Space is limited to the first 50 registrants. Learn more about Milky Chance’s climate effort at MilkyChange.com.

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy was formed in 1991. Since then, the organization has helped protect over 22,000 acres in eastern Washington and northern Idaho. Rimrock to Riverside is a part of Olmsted 2.0, a collaborative vision to increase access to public parks, trails, and natural spaces for Spokane County residents