See Where We Work

The Conservancy works in a number of areas, protecting lands and waters for the enjoyment of the public, and holding legal protection (easements) on private land. This map shows a number of our project areas across the region, both public and private.

Project Map

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Lands We Serve

This map shows the Conservancy’s public access projects, private land easements, and nature preserves as of winter, 2021.

  • Preserve properties are marked by a green dot.
  • Conservation easements (privately owned) are marked by an orange dot.
  • Partner projects are marked by blue dots.


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Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve

Waikiki (or “spouting water”) Springs rests on the banks of the Little Spokane River.  The 95-acre Nature Preserve is adjacent to Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife property of the same name. Under Inland Northwest Land Conservancy’s ownership and management, this property will be open for the enjoyment of the community.

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Save the Swans

Coeur d'Alene River

The Coeur d’Alene River flows from the magnificent Silver Valley of North Idaho into the picturesque Lake Coeur d’Alene. Inland Northwest residents and visitors alike have come to love the river for not only its scenery, but also its wildlife.

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Connecting Public Land

Rimrock to Riverside

Join Inland Northwest Land Conservancy in this exciting project to expand Palisades Park and connect it to Riverside State Park, creating an 11-mile habitat and trail corridor that connects downtown Spokane northward to Long Lake.

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Olmsted 2.0

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.

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Saltese Uplands Expansion

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy seeks $500,000 to purchase and care for 55 acres adjacent to Saltese Uplands Conservation Area. This piece of land would be managed as a public preserve, allowing recreational access and increasing this public space by 10%. Learn more here.

Saltese Expansion

Spokane Area Recreation Trails

We envision a future of interconnected natural habitats throughout the Inland  Northwest, supporting thriving populations of native plants and wildlife,  enjoyed and respected by the people who also call this region home

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Partners in Conservation

Critical Local Connections

Here are just a few of our conservation partners who make our work possible.