Trail & Conservation News
Chuck Sams, member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and U.S. Navy veteran, would be the first Native American to lead the National Park Service.
Guest Editorial by Loren Drummond, WTA digital content manager Seattle, Wash. As a nonprofit organization, everything we do at Washington Trails Association—including how we use …
Welcome to The Trailhead, where we share important information about trails and outdoor recreation around the Inland NW. July-August 2021
Volunteer with Idaho Trail Association This Summer: Work Projects in Idaho Panhandle National Forest
Idaho Trails Association organizes volunteers to help clear trails around the state, and have a summer 2021 schedule of work projects in Idaho Panhandle National Forest.
Welcome to The Trailhead — a new column that replaces “Hike of the Month” to serve as a round-up of interesting projects and plans for trails in the Inland Northwest.
Three ways volunteers can help pick-up trash along the river in 2021: public clean-up events, DIY group events, and business/civic group events. Spokane Riverkeeper and the Spokane River Forum clean-up events are happening this spring and summer.
Federal district court in Montana ruled that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service violated the Endangered Species Act by ignoring the impacts of the Rock Creek Mine proposal on federally-protected grizzly bears and bull trout.