Blog Posts

Douglas? You Mean the Tree?

David Douglas explored and catalogued many native northwest species, the grasswidow and Douglas fir, among them.

Summer Reading List

Are you looking for ways to wile away the hours this summer? Do you want to learn more about the natural world right out...

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...

Throwback Thirty

This Spokesman Review article from September 1991 speaks to the vision of our founders and the importance of protecting ...

New Year and New Executive Board Members

As we welcome a new year, the Conservancy also welcomes three new members to our executive board.

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...

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 ...

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!

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2020 Impact Report

Impact Report