Inland Northwest Land Conservancy marks 30th anniversary in February

Friday, February 26, 2021

This February marks Inland Northwest Land Conservancy’s 30th Anniversary – it was on Feb. 4, 1991 that the founding board filed our incorporation papers with the State of Washington.  Our current tally of protected lands stands at 22,000 acres with 65 miles of conserved shorelines and river corridor. The Conservancy holds and monitors 62 permanent conservation easements in partnership with private landowners, has completed 40 projects with partnering agencies, and manages three nature preserves.

And our plates are FULL with more than a dozen new projects to complete in the coming years. Together these individual narratives weave together to form an evolving tapestry of protected habitat and lasting community benefit, making a difference you can see.

Thank you for participating in this vital work.

On this anniversary we thank and celebrate you for the role that you have played in setting INLC on a path of continued evolution and lasting impact for decades to come. Your work and your support have truly made a tangible, enduring difference for the critters, the community and the planet.
Cheers to 30 great years, we are looking forward to so many more!

Dave Schaub