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A (Closed) Bridge Over Trampled Waters

An interview with INLC Stewardship Director, Rose Richardson Notice: Bridge closure at Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve, ...

Digging in the dirt with Gonzaga

Last Saturday, Gonzaga students celebrated National Public Lands Day 2022 at Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve! Twenty-two...

Spokane Candidates Climate Change Forum

Hosted by Gonzaga University’s Center for Climate, Society, and the Environment Wednesday, October 5, 6 p.m. Globe...

‘Tis the (Wildfire) Season

Like it or not, the Inland Northwest is coming to grips with the presence of wildfire as an identifying marker of our su...

Fall tree plantings at Waikiki Springs

Join the Conservancy on October 8 and 15 at Waikiki Springs to plant native tree species supporting the preserve's biodi...

A River Runs Through It- Water Quality in Protected Places

As the days of August wind down, the heat of summer is still in high gear. Days spent floating or wading in cool waters ...

Join our team!

Donor Relations Specialist Application review starts September 20, 2022. Open until filled. Inland Northwest Land Conser...

Salmon-Safe Pints at Brick West, August 25

Beer for salmon!

Even More Saltese?

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy has finalized an agreement with the Naccarato family that will expand the protected we...

Beulah Preserve: To Love and to Care For

By Kasey Bader, Donor Relations Specialist Every spring in a ravine by the house, a coyote den comes to life with a litt...

INW Summer Fun with Kids

Summertime is my favorite time of year to adventure with my family! Sometimes it’s the three of us (counting the d...

County Conservation Futures Purchases R2R

Spokane Park Land Moves to City Ownership Through County Conservation Futures Funding Spokane County Conservation Future...

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