Blog Posts

Return

By: Caroline Woodwell, Volunteer WriterThis is the full story “Return” from the Conservancy’s spring 2...

Chef Adam Hegsted’s Ties to the Inland Northwest

Be on the lookout for the Conservancy’s spring newsletter in your mailbox! Inside you will find an Adam Hegsted or...

Many Hands and a Mini-Ex

On a weekend in March after the spring thaw, a mini excavator rolled along dutifully laying out the path soon to be know...

Conservancy Upcoming Events

Join your conservancy at one of our upcoming events. By volunteering to build trail or remove noxious weeds, you’r...

The Impact of Invasive Species

Every organism on the planet has evolved and adapted over millions of years to coexist within a community of other organ...

There and Back Again, a Salmon Story 

The Salmon Life Cycle by volunteer writer Pat Loomis   A few years ago, I was walking in Leavenworth along Ici...

Please do not pluck!

Every March the birds sing their tunes of spring’s return, and the sun lingers a little longer in the evening sky. Com...

WCC at Waikiki

Now seems like a good time for a story that points to hope for the future. And that’s exactly what I found at Waikiki ...

Birding- The Beauty in our Backyard

By Pat Loomis, Volunteer Writer Kids are natural explorers with a keen ability to follow their curiosity. Birding is an ...

Avista’s North Shore

By Mitchell Clark, Conservancy Volunteer In December of 2021, Avista Utilities and Inland Northwest Land Conservancy agr...

Upcoming Events with INLC

Spring is around the corner, and with that plenty of opportunities to get out on the land with your conservancy! Connect...

Funding Local Conservation: You Can Help

For many years Spokane County’s Conservation Futures program has helped protect natural places that we know and lo...

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