Blog Posts

Rimrock to Riverside: The Next Leg of the Race

Rimrock to Riverside is an amazing connectivity project well underway, thanks to partnerships throughout the Spokane out...

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...

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

The Conservancy is pleased to congratulate former board member and founder Debra Schultz AND current board member Vange ...

#WeAreINLC: Blast from the Past

Thanks to founder and original board president, Bob Richardson, we have some great documentation from the early days of ...

A Love Song for Land

Volunteers and members are the lifeblood of our conservation work!

River Dreams: Protecting Special Places

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

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...

Wildfire and INW Forest Management

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

Another Bird Has Flown

Kerry was best known to the Conservancy for her dedication to protecting wildlife habitat and farmland, and to connectin...

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 ...

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2020 Impact Report

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