The Lands Council advocates for forest ecosystems by using science, collaboration, and citizen participation to work towards ecologically sustainable management of our Inland Northwest National Forests.
Support The Lands Council’s efforts to protect and restore native species that will increase resiliency to drought, insects, disease, and wildfire.
Wolves play a key role in keeping ecosystems healthy by keeping populations in check and distributing nutrients across the forests. Habitat loss, aggressive hunting, and loss of protections have resulted in decreasing wolf populations in the Inland Northwest.
Support the Lands Council now to help protect this keystone species in our region.
The Lands Council and our partners, work diligently to keep our Spokane River clean and healthy. "Hangman Creek, also known as Latah Creek, is choked with bacteria and record levels of dirt. The temperature's too high. There isn't enough vegetation. The water is running too fast, eroding away the banks, sending even more soil sloshing into the river." ...