Blog Posts

Freedom to Give Joyfully

By Eric Green, Purpose Financial Advisors What is the antidote to fear? For some it is faith. For others courage. In tim...

Interpretive Signs at Waikiki Nature Preserve

In 2020, thanks to generous funding from the state of Washington, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy purchased the 95-acr...

Community Connection Through Guided Hikes

Are you passionate about outdoor spaces? Do you enjoy sharing stories with others?  Join the Conservancy as a Volun...

Bird’s Eye View: Through time and space 

By Caroline Woodwell, Conservancy Volunteer Imagine, for a moment, that you are a duck — a Mallard duck. &nbs...

Come Play Outside with INLC!

We love to play outside! It’s why we work so hard to protect outdoor spaces. Join Inland Northwest Land Conservanc...

Nature’s Art of Awe

By Vanessa Swenson, Local artist, and INLC member I grew up wandering the wheat fields of Central Washington with a sket...

Five Reasons to Keep a Nature Journal

By Heidi Lasher, Conservancy Volunteer, excerpt from our Spring Newsletter It may seem inadvisable to pack a pencil and ...

Pine Beetles

By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer It doesn’t take too much time of living here in the Inland Northwest before some ...

The Carder Farm – Protected Forever

In 1902, Joseph Carder bought forty acres outside of Coeur d’Alene, on Blackwell Hill, overlooking Cougar Bay. Joseph ...

Tooth of the Lion

By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer Dandelions are named from the French “dent de lion” meaning “ tooth of the li...

Summer Events with INLC

Join INLC in May and June for fun events!

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...

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2022 Impact Report