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Patty Houff Fund Continues to Benefit Conservation By Emalee Gillis, Conservancy volunteer An avid backpacker, nature lo...

Conservancy Events this Spring!

Spring is a busy time for nature, and Inland Northwest Land Conservancy! The winter thaw brings wildflowers, bird song a...

Healing Balm of the Little Spokane River

By Rose Richardson, INLC Stewardship Director Glen Tana Salve Ingredients Ingredients foraged from Little Spokane River ...

Sun River Moon

By Krista Reeder, through Spokane Arts “In the Neighborhood” About the Author The sound of water, sunshine on skin, ...

Wildflower season is upon us!

By Pat Loomis It begins in late winter and you spy your first buttercup!  This sighting is a source of joy as other...

DIY Natural Fire Starters

By Rose Richardson, Conservancy staff Fire is so much more than a chemical reaction. It’s kinship. She’s a spirit th...

Spring into a new season with your Conservancy!

While the weather in the Inland Northwest has a mind of its own, March 19th marks the official first day of Spring! Step...

Olson Family: Homestead to Conservation Preserve

By Heidi Lasher, Conservancy Volunteer In October 2023, the Olson Family turned their 531-acre homestead into a conserva...

A, B, Cicadas! 

By Conservancy volunteer, Michelle Bos The news is all over the internet about a rare super emergence of cicadas this ye...

2023 in Pictures

While the new year is a great time to set new goals, it also serves as a reminder to reflect on the past year. Before we...

Stay warm with your Conservancy this winter!

Even with winter in full force, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy wants to get you outside. This season you can stay war...

We’re Hiring!

The Inland Northwest Land Conservancy (INLC) is seeking a highly motivated,organized individual to lead our geographic i...

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