09/02A World Away
Waikiki Springs Gets a National Trails Day Facelift
These hard-working folks gave hours of their time & energy, so thank them when you see them. Better yet, join our next w...
Caring for Lands & Waters: Volunteer Land Stewards
By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer Writer The Conservation Community (that’s you) has helped Inland Northwest Land C...
Convert Stock to a Legacy
Donating appreciated stock is a simple and effective way to make a lasting impact on the places you love.
Grounds for Good
Sustainability is important to you. It’s important to us too! That’s why Inland Northwest Land Conservancy i...
Sunshine with Roots
By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer Have you noticed that profusion of yellow sunflower-looking flowers, blooming all o...
Lichen What? Crusty!
By Pat Loomis, Conservancy Volunteer Next time you are out in nature, look closely at the rocks! They may be home ...
Conservation Heroes: Meet the Land Protection Committee
These are the heroes whose education, professional experience, and passion for conservation help to guide our work in pr...
Douglas? You Mean the Tree?
David Douglas explored and catalogued many native northwest species, the grasswidow and Douglas fir, among them.
INW Women of Conservation: Pt. 2
Rose Richardson, Conservancy Conservation and Stewardship Coordinator, is a local hero for the planet.
INW Women of Conservation
During Women's History Month, we celebrate just a few of the women who fight for conservation right here in the Inland N...
New Year and New Executive Board Members
As we welcome a new year, the Conservancy also welcomes three new members to our executive board.
2020 Impact Report