04/05Summer Reading List
This Spokesman Review article from September 1991 speaks to the vision of our founders and the importance of protecting ...
The Heart of a Lion
Born in Oklahoma and raised in the Silver Valley, Claude brought his chops as an aquatic biologist and retired regional ...
What is your legacy? Where do you invest time and energy to ensure the world will be a better place because you were her...
#WeAreINLC: Blast from the Past
Thanks to founder and original board president, Bob Richardson, we have some great documentation from the early days of ...
The Man in the Arena and More About Riverside State Park and the Trautman Property
This fall's newsletter features an article about long-time INLC volunteer and conservation warrior, Eric Erickson.
Founders Cookies: It started at a dining room table
In 1991, the Inland Northwest's first of its kind land trust was formed thanks to the diligent efforts of eleven passion...
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...
The Newman Lake Peninsula: Grace Bassett’s Legacy
From anywhere along the shoreline of Newman Lake, Grace Bassett's conservation legacy is visible.
2020 Impact Report