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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...

Join us outside! Winter fun with your favorite (we hope!) Conservancy

Spending winter weather indoors under a blanket with a good book is great! But what’s even better is experiencing ...

Drewes Farm: Protected Forever for the South Hill Community

Your Conservancy is proud to announce the protection of a portion of the historic Drewes Farm on Spokane’s upper S...

At year’s end, will you leave a legacy?

All of us have the power to give back to our communities and make a difference to help the causes that are important to ...

Welcome Gillian Rowe!

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is thrilled to welcome Gillian Rowe to our philanthropy and communications team. Gilli...

A Forever Giving Tuesday Gift

As three more well-intentioned fundraising appeals for worthy causes tipped from my fingers into the recycle bin, I look...

Rimrock to Riverside Healing Balm

The Conservancy’s Stewardship Director Rose Richardson shares her recipe for a healing salve, made from foraged ingred...

Fall Newsletter and Impact Report IN MAILBOXES

Check your mailbox for this fall’s newsletter and impact report. If you don’t receive one and you’d li...

Autumn Events at the Conservancy

Join us! As outdoor events wind down for the year, remember to check out some great opportunities in the coming weeks! V...

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