Trail & Conservation News

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Trailhead News: Sno-Park Permits, Library Snowshoes, & More

Inland NW trail and conservation news for Nov.-Dec. 2021, including Sno-Park Permits, trail improvement updates, and Library Snowshoes.

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A mountain biker riding on a singletrack trail and over boulders on Beacon Hill.

More Land Protected At Beacon Hill for Mountain Biking

Spokane County Conservation Futures Program protects more property in the Beacon Hill mountain biking system for public use.

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Construction equipment working to restore the historic Beverly Bridge across the Columbia River.

Palouse to Cascades Trail Upgrades

Palouse to Cascades Trail Coalition and Washington State Parks are working on upgrade projects along the Palouse to Cascades Trail.

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Trail building volunteers holding pulaski tools as they work at Mount Spokane.

Mount Spokane Summit MTB Trail Nearly Complete

The Upper 290 mountain bike trail at Mount Spokane State Park is slated to officially open in summer 2022.

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Woman at the tree planting event holding a shovel.

2,000 Trees & Shrubs Planted In Spokane

At the Reforest Spokane 2021 event, trees and shrubs were planted by volunteers at the new wildlife corridor Rimrock to Riverside.

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Woman running on the Centennial Trail in Spokane, with a few of trees and the Spokane River in the background.

Big Improvements On Spokane’s Centennial Trail

Two maintenance and upgrade projects on Spokane County’s Centennial Trail improved access, safety, and connectivity.

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Majestic views of the Cabinets, pristine beaver habitat, and native plants make this place special. Grassy meadow with a few conifer trees and snowcapped peaks in the far distance.

Local Land Conservationists Protect Open Spaces

Private land owner conservation champions and non-profit organizations work together to protect former working forests and ranchlands from development.

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Mountain vegetation overlooking large mountains.

Who Pays (and Doesn’t) for Public Lands?

Budgets for the federal land management agencies been declining for 20 years, impacting wildlife, recreation, and taxpayers’ wallets.

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Hiker atop the Kettle Crest Range looking out on the vast landscape.

Trailhead News: Projects, Public Lands Day, & Volunteer Events

Inland NW trail and conservation news for Sept.-Oct. 2021, including trail projects, Public Lands Day, volunteer projects and events.

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