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Pot Donations for Native Plants Needed!

Spring is here and our stewardship crew is hard at work! Do you who have any planting pots laying around after a big nur...

Have a Spectacular Summer with INLC!

As the summer season slowly settles in, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is thrilled to offer a diverse array of activi...

North Idaho Green Summit on May 18

Discover Solutions & Take Action at the North Idaho Green Summit Saturday, May 18th, 8 a.m. -1 p.m. First Presbyteri...

OUR GEM: Conservation easements mean ‘forever’ protection in Cd’A Basin

By Carol Corbin, Special To The Press Reposted from CDA/Post Falls Press – See article here The Inland Northw...

Clearwater Paper Match to Replace Stolen Tools

While Clearwater Paper Corporation has supported Inland Northwest Land Conservancy’s work to conserve, care for, and c...

What is a Land Trust?

By Gaby Batinich, Washington Association of Land Trusts In Washington, we’re lucky to have dozens of land trusts like ...

City Nature Challenge – Any time, anywhere

The City Nature Challenge is a world-wide opportunity to study the world around us, and it starts TODAY! The last weeken...

City Nature Challenge 2024

Join Inland Northwest Land Conservancy and our nature-loving community in gathering information about the land and speci...

Make Earth Day, every day!

Spring has sprung and the Conservancy has a stacked line up events to get you out on the land and involved in the commun...

Embers of Solidarity: East of Hayden Lake’s Collective Stand Against the Threat of Wildfires 

By Carly Agnew | Photos by Terina Thompson Photography and Catherine Hibbard, Ridge Creek Fire PIO  (Republished from H...

Wildflowers of Idaho

By Pat Loomis The Idaho state wildflower is the Syringa (Philadelphus lewisii). Syringa blossoms smell like oranges and ...

Welcome Ben Sprague!

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is delighted to welcome, Capital Campaign Coordinator, Ben Sprague to the team! Having...

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