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Spring into Sun with Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

From the first buttercup, to the bright green budding leaves, to the twitters of baby birds in their spring nests, April...

Public Notice of Accreditation

The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for...

Sustainable End-of-life Planning

By Joy Peltier, Family Service Representative, Fairmount Memorial Association  As we understand more about the envi...

Patti Ziegler–Learning Through the Land 

By Garrick Batemen, Conservancy Intern Patti Ziegler is a lifelong learner–it’s clear even from the first emails we ...

Safe Havens for Pollinators

By Emalee Gillis, Conservancy Volunteer Pollinators are key to human existence. If we didn’t have pollinators, we woul...

On Aquifer Time

By Mitchell Clark  Most of us spend the majority of our time thinking about the near future; making plans for the n...

Leaving it to Beavers

By Garrick Bateman, Conservancy Intern Even in the sleepiness of winter, a keen eye can’t help but notice the signs th...

March into Spring with Us

Kick winter blues in the backside by joining a group of conservation enthusiasts at an upcoming event with Inland Northw...

Drink Coffee, Do Good with Roast House

By Mitchell Clark, Conservancy volunteer If you’re into good coffee, you may be familiar with Roast House – the name...

The Truscott Model: “Not good for the rocking chair” 

By Kasey Bader  Based on the six degrees of separation, if you live in Spokane there is a good chance you know some...

Join our team! If you’re a donated truck, that is.

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is seeking a hard-working, 4-wheel drive truck to join our stewardship team. This is a...

How INLC can help kick start your new year’s intentions!  

2023. New year! New me!  We’ve all told ourselves this right…it can’t be just me? A new year brings on fe...

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