Saltese Expansion

Join Inland Northwest Land Conservancy in this exciting project to add 55 acres of public access land adjacent to the Saltese Uplands Conservation Area. Donate to this project and receive a free “I *Heart* Saltese Uplands” sticker, while supplies last.

Support the Saltese Expansion

Saltese Expansion by the Numbers

Total Needed

To purchase and improve property for wildlife and recreation


Acres to be purchased


Just $1 buys

5 square feet

User increase over last two years


National Public Lands Day, September 25, 1-4 p.m.

More Saltese, Please!

Saturday, September 25, National Public Lands Day, from 1-4 p.m., Inland Northwest Land Conservancy would like to invite you to visit the Saltese Uplands Conservation Area and the Saltese Flats restoration project. Choose from a variety of activities, from mountain biking, to bird watching, to family-friendly hikes. Wrap up your afternoon of adventure with a status update on our efforts to raise $500,000 for this conservation purchase and to learn about plans for the future of this important land. Register for an event below and share your images from the Saltese area using #MoreSaltesePlease to help us tell this story.

More Saltese, Please! 9/25/21

The Conservancy, with your help, will purchase 55 acres marked in blue on this map. This land, already utilized by users in the Conservation Area, will be open to public enjoyment after the purchase. The Conservancy will also work with Volunteer Land Stewards and other volunteers to improve the habitat for birds and native plants and develop a sustainable trail system.

Since 2018, Saltese Uplands Conservation Area has seen 119% increase in average daily users, thanks in part to rapid development in Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake. Spokane County Environmental Services is working to restore wetlands to the Saltese Flats, including a recreational trail open to the public.

We need $500,000 to acquire and improve this land for wildlife and human use. Join us by supporting this purchase today!