Your Impact in 2020

Check out a digital copy of our most recent newsletter, complete with a report of how your contributions to the Conserva...

Why Waikiki? The history and future of Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve

A River Runs Through It—and People Too! Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve: New Conservancy Land Open to the Public

Common Ground: What Happened in 2020 and Where Are We Going?

In case you were unable to attend our annual meeting on December 8, check out this recording to hear great news about th...

Get the Inside Scoop on Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve

This meeting of INLC staff and supporters is a celebration of the purchase of Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve on the Lit...

Preserved for Public Access: INLC Takes Ownership of Waikiki Springs Nature Preserve

Water bubbling from a wooded hillside is arguably one of the most soothing nature experiences imaginable!

Immediate: #WeAreINLC

Though I'm the newest member of the Conservancy staff, I've been involved in a life-long love affair with the outdoors.

Conservation Legacy

What is your legacy? Where do you invest time and energy to ensure the world will be a better place because you were her...

River Dreams: Protecting Special Places

"Nature is a tool to get children to experience not just the wider world, but themselves." – Stephen Moss

Wildfire and INW Forest Management

What’s wildfire to you? Choking smoke, blackened trees, charred earth, burned homes? All true.

Saltese Lake? Where is that?

Imagine the days when thousands of birds would fly up the Spokane River Corridor, circle the thousand-acre Saltese Flat ...

Veterans Restoring Tubbs Hill

On Thursday, June 25, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy teamed up with the Friends of Tubbs Hill and the City of Coeur d...

Amazing Grace and the Ageless Man

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy pays high tribute to two of our revered conservation heroes, Bill Fix and Grace Basset...

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2020 Impact Report

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