Want to spend some time with the Stewardship Crew and learn a bit more about the lands INLC has protected? The first Friday of each month will be dedicated to exploring important conservation lands and completing a restoration project on the land. We’ll have local conservation experts accompany us through the properties to teach us about subjects like noxious weeds, local geology, wildlife biology, aquatic ecology, local history, and more!
Are you an explorer? A scientist? A forest-sitter? A wildlife watcher? A project master? Whatever your interest, the Volunteer Land Steward program will awaken your passion. Adopt a property through INLC to monitor the health of the habitats, educate recreationalists about proper land uses, and plan and execute restoration projects!
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Enhanced Stewardship Program
Welcome to Enhanced Stewardship - where science and action meet to make a difference. In Enhanced Stewardship, we have three goals:
To gain landscape knowledge through on-the-ground research, citizen science, and technological aids;
To bring the Inland Northwest to the forefront of Climate Action through strategic land use management and restoration; and
To engage as many people in the research, restoration, and Climate Action process as possible!