By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer It doesn’t take too much time of living here in the Inland Northwest before some ...
Tooth of the Lion
By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer Dandelions are named from the French “dent de lion” meaning “ tooth of the li...
INLC Office Opens in Coeur d’Alene
Join staff and board members of Inland Northwest Land Conservancy as we celebrate the opening of our new office in the I...
Where Are All the Aspen Going?
By Garrick Bateman, Conservancy Volunteer High above the timberline, on an otherwise placid fall morning in the alpine, ...
Favorite Lake Places
By Heidi Lasher, Conservancy Volunteer At the end of 2022, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy completed two important con...
By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer Get ready for a profusion of yellow sunflowers blooming all over our area. Th...
Public Notice of Accreditation
The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for...
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...
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...
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...