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  • Trautman Ranch becomes region’s newest natural preserve

    The Inland Northwest Land Trust is hosting a dedication event on Saturday for a 280-acre wildlife preserve adjacent to Riverside State Park.

  • Audubon prints on display at Dodson’s as fundraiser

    An exhibition of hand-painted bird prints by John James Audubon opening Friday was 25 years in the making, the collector’s interest sparked in childhood. Tom Colgrove, now a senior vice …

  • 2013 outdoors: land acquired for conservation

    Wildlife and public access to wild lands in Washington got a boost in 2013 from a variety of private, local and state land acquisitions for conservation and wildlife values. The …

  • Landers: Land Trust hits 15,000-acre milestone

    Trust is the operative word in the name of a nonprofit group that’s helping make the region a better place for fish, wildlife and people. “We work with landowners and …

  • Landers: Land Trust hits 15,000 acre milestone

    Trust is the operative word in the name of a nonprofit group that’s helping make the region a better place for fish and wildlife and people. “We work with landowners …

  • Book Notes: Shields hits GU on Nov. 30 to talk leadership

    Gonzaga University will bring author David Shields to Spokane for a series of talks Nov. 30. Shields has written 14 books, including “How Literature Saved My Life,” which will be …

  • Artist donates 30 works for land preservation fundraiser

    There are champions among us; people within our community and the surrounding areas who fight for our right to enjoy what we so often take for granted – nature. From …

  • Little Spokane River watershed conserved

    A Stevens County landowner has signed conservation easements to protect 3,900 acres of forest land west of Horseshoe Lake. The latest of two easements assures 2,540 acres will remain a …

  • Renowned nature writer will speak in Spokane in November

    Terry Tempest Williams, one of the nation’s best-known nature writers, has been booked for a talk in Spokane on Nov. 1. The event will be a fundraiser for the Inland …

  • Preserving views, family traditions

    A sprawling piece of private forest on Lake Coeur d’Alene’s eastern shore will be forever off-limits to development. Nearly a century ago, Jean Maucieri’s parents built a cabin on the …

  • Saving land for wildlife

    Gary and Tina Johnson worried that their 23 forested acres on Blackwell Hill overlooking Coeur d’Alene could someday be overrun with development. In North Spokane County, Alfred and Cathy Anderson …



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