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Time Traveling at Saltese Uplands

By Emalee Gruss Gillis, Conservancy volunteer I discovered in the open lands of the Saltese, that rocks and humans have ...

Just Another Day at the Office

By Carl Griffin, Conservancy member and past board president Between my back, and Hunter, (my dog) and the summer heat, ...

Meandering Hamblen Haunts Winter to Spring

By Carol Ellis, Conservancy member and long-time conservation advocate and educator Ramble before the buttercups popbrig...

The Conservancy Welcomes New Staffer

Living in Coeur d’Alene, ID with his wife, kids, and their covid pup, Jackson, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy’s n...

Volunteer Land Stewards: Janice Petrin

Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer After retiring from Bemiss Elementary School in Spokane, 40-year education veteran Jan...

Rocks to Roots Podcast: Rose Richardson and Your Conservancy

Conservancy Stewardship Manager Rose Richardson recently visited the Rocks to Roots podcast, developed by the Spokane Co...

Unexpected Benefits of Trail Work

By Emalee Gruss Gillis, Conservancy Volunteer Keith Marion experienced one surprise after another when he volunteered to...

A World Away

by Heidi Lasher, Conservancy Volunteer If you’ve paddled on the Little Spokane, you know its magic. You know how it tu...

We are hiring!

Philanthropy and Communications Assistant Application review starts September 20, 2021. Open until filled. Inland Northw...

Summer Salmon Swim Again

On Friday, August 6, Spokane Tribal Fisheries released 51 adult Chinook salmon into the Little Spokane River at the Waik...

K&L Gates: Partners in the Forever Business

Working in the forever business of protecting lands and waters is clearly a long game — and one that requires lots...

Volunteer Land Stewards: Jasmine Vilar

By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer Writer Jasmine Vilar loves to be outside helping others to appreciate and love our ...

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