Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy was founded in 1991 to connect people to nature by conserving the lands and waters essential to life.

As a local land trust that is non-political, non-adversarial, and non-governmental, Inland Northwest Land Conservancy is well positioned to work with a broad range of land owners, businesses, and government agencies.

Our board and staff are engaged members in the communities we serve, actively working to preserve our region’s precious resources for generations to come. The Conservancy’s work extends across eastern Washington and northern Idaho.

To date, INLC has helped landowners preserve over 16,000 acres of our Inland Northwest, including 40 miles of shoreline. Preservation through conservation easements keeps water resources clean and flowing, agricultural lands working, forests healthy, and supports the health of our wildlife and wild places for future generations.

35 West Main Avenue, Suite 210
Spokane, Washington 99201
509.328.2939

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