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Even More Saltese?

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy has finalized an agreement with the Naccarato family that will expand the protected we...

Beulah Preserve: To Love and to Care For

By Kasey Bader, Donor Relations Specialist Every spring in a ravine by the house, a coyote den comes to life with a litt...

INW Summer Fun with Kids

Summertime is my favorite time of year to adventure with my family! Sometimes it’s the three of us (counting the d...

County Conservation Futures Purchases R2R

Spokane Park Land Moves to City Ownership Through County Conservation Futures Funding Spokane County Conservation Future...

Bird Brain | Got Cavities?

By Lisa Langelier Many of my feathered friends delighted me on a recent visit to Waikiki Spring Nature Preserve. Hiking ...

A Forever Farm

In 1948, a war veteran and his wife loaded all their possessions and a newborn daughter in a pick-up truck and left Nort...

Your Conservancy Featured in the Spokane Journal of Business

While it might seem that economic development and conservation are at odds, we believe that the two working in tandem cr...

Remembering Carl Griffin

The Conservancy has been blessed with a host of committed and influential board members over our 30-year history, but Ca...

Conservancy Spring Events

Land stewardship takes many different forms. It can look like volunteering to build sustainable trails for recreation, o...

Wildflowers of Rimrock to Riverside

By Emalee Gillis, Conservancy Volunteer For more than 10,000 years, indigenous people from the Spokane Tribe were stewar...

Return

By: Caroline Woodwell, Volunteer WriterThis is the full story “Return” from the Conservancy’s spring 2...

Chef Adam Hegsted’s Ties to the Inland Northwest

Be on the lookout for the Conservancy’s spring newsletter in your mailbox! Inside you will find an Adam Hegsted or...

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