Volunteer with INLC

What kind of volunteer project are you looking for? We have opportunities indoors and out – from one-day projects to longer-term commitments. There’s bound to be something that works for you!

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Learn about some of the projects INLC has accomplished recently

We protect land that feeds water into our aquifer, shorelines of the Coeur d’Alene River, Lake Pend Oreille, Lake Spokane, and the Little Spokane River. We manage preserve areas on Reardan Lake, in Mead, and between Palisades Park and Riverside State Park. Engaging the community with the lands we protect and care for allows us to protect even more land, helping to ensure a better future for our community–humans and native plants and animals. Be part of protecting clean air, clean water, wildlife habitat, and special places for people to enjoy.

March - November

Waikiki Wednesdays

The Conservancy will be hosting Bi-Weekly Waikiki Wednesdays at our Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve, every Wednesday from 9:00am-2:00pm. We will be performing various stewardship tasks like invasive species removal, trail maintenance, planting, and everything else in between! Information for each weeks event will be emailed to everyone who registered the Monday before. We will have snacks and coffee before the event starts.


Hike Docent Program

Connect people to the lands and waters of the Inland Northwest by leading hikes for the Conservancy! As a Hike Docent you will have the opportunity to share your passion for our local natural spaces with others in the community. Our Hike Docents not only become more personally connected to the land, but play a critical role in showing our members and those just learning about our mission what our work looks like firsthand.

Landing Page for Current Docents

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Land Steward Program

The Conservation Community (that’s you!) has helped Inland Northwest Land Conservancy to conserve over 20,000 acres of the Inland Northwest to protect existing habitat from development! One of the ways you can help enhance these protected lands is by becoming a Volunteer Land Steward. Stewards will design and complete restoration projects, educate public land users, and note trends on the land.

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Other Ways to Get Involved

Have a special skill or interest you think could benefit the Conservancy? Reach out to Gillian Rowe via email at growe@inlandnwland.org

Many of our partners also offer volunteer opportunities! Click to learn more.