Inland Northwest Land Trust

Inland Northwest Land Trust protects the natural lands, waters, and working farms and forests of the Inland Northwest for the benefit of wildlife, our community, and future generations.

Who We Are
INLT is a local, non-profit, non-political organization with 400 members. Through easements, acquisitions, and by working with other conservation partners we have preserved over 7,500 acres of wetlands, shorelines, farmlands, and forests in eastern Washington and northern Idaho for present and future generations.

Where We Work
We work in five counties in eastern Washington (Spokane, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Stevens, and Adams) and two counties in northern Idaho (Kootenai and Bonner). To be efficient and effective in this large area, we focus our efforts on the Wild Lifelines -- the special places that nourish wildlife and preserve the clean air, clean water, and scenic beauty of our region.

Why We Do This
In Spokane County, 10,000 acres of open space are lost each year, and in the next 20 years we expect 151,000 new residents. Now is the last chance to protect the open space, park land, farms and forests that knit our landscape together. It is our home where people, plants and wildlife of the Inland Northwest live and flourish.

Contact Inland Northwest Land Trust

Drew Reinke
Conservation Director
35 W. Main Ave.,
Suite 210
Spokane, Washington  99201-0107
Phone: (509) 328-2270
Fax: (509) 328-4733


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Bonner County, Idaho
  • Kootenai County, Idaho
  • Adams County, Washington
  • Lincoln County, Washington
  • Pend Oreille County, Washington
  • Spokane County, Washington
  • Stevens County, Washington

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