Water conservation needs to be a way of life so there’s enough water in our rivers and streams for fish, wildlife, and summertime recreation.
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Guest Editorial By Jeff Lambert, Executive Director, Dishman Hills Conservancy The terrific Land and Water Conservation Fund lapsed due to Congress inaction. The LWCF has been successful for 50 years in funding many local parks and conservation areas using a small portion of the royalties paid to the federal government from oil and gas leases.
The Kalispel Tribe is working to track down the flyways of northeast Washington migratory birds By Mike Lithgow As you head north down the Pend Oreille River in northeast Washington, you will come across a beautiful wide valley carved by ice and water. This valley contains some amazing waterfowl habitat, and the Kalispel Tribe’s Natural
Restoration efforts bring renewed hope for cleaning up Spokane’s Hangman Creek How did Hangman Creek become one of the most degraded streams in Washington, and what can be done to bring this once-vital salmon stream back from the brink? In many ways, it starts with the Palouse itself. The fine soils that make up the
Private land owner conservation champions and non-profit organizations work together to protect former working forests and ranchlands from development.
Welcome to The Trailhead, where we share important information about trails and outdoor recreation around the Inland NW. July-August 2021
For a mellow summer hike or ride, visit the James T. Slavin Conservation Area — flowy yet flat, with both wooded and open meadow trail.
Experience and appreciate America’s public lands and waterways in new ways, with ideas from experts, artists, and conservationists.
Rivers are complex systems, and conservation efforts can be as complex as river systems themselves. Collaborative efforts involving multiple stakeholders have the best chance to be successful. Here are two regional conservation efforts where multiple stakeholders are working together to improve our waterways. Invasive Predators Invasive northern pike have been making inroads into the Columbia