Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is focused on creating opportunities with community leaders, private landowners, and government agencies to preserve the clean air, waters, and scenic beauty of the Inland Northwest region. Recognizing the strain our natural world faces with rapid development and climate change, we respond by identifying and evaluating key habitat, waterways, forests and prairies that may be available for protection and then working with landowners, agencies, land managers and other conservation organizations to conserve those places. Using many tools, including private land easements, the purchase of preserves, and stewardship that enhances the climate and habitat value of land, we work to make our natural world stronger for the sake of our broader community for generations to come.
With 175 sunny days per year and 87 city parks, Spokane, Washington boasts a reputation of being an ideal destination for enjoyment of the outdoors. As the region gets discovered, though, population expansion in the County necessitates a new, bold vision for access to the outdoors–one that will last our community for the next 100 years and beyond.
INLC protects a variety of private and public land throughout the Inland Northwest. To find out more about our project areas, check out Where We Work.Learn More