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November 18th - Volunteer Land Steward Virtual Training

The Conservation Community (that’s you!) has helped Inland Northwest Land Conservancy to conserve over 21,000 acres of the Inland Northwest to protect existing habitat from development! Now it’s time to get to work enhancing those habitats and learning about our lands in real life! One of the ways you can help enhance these protected lands is by becoming a Volunteer Land Steward. Stewards will design and complete restoration projects, educate public land users, and note wildlife, vegetative, and hydrologic trends on the land. 

Registering for this virtual training is your first step toward becoming a Volunteer Land Steward on a protected property in our region. After this, all you need is a site orientation with INLC stewardship staff and you're ready to go! 

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Click the link to read our Field Volunteer waiver:
Click the link above to read the waiver.
Click the link to read our Volunteer Land Steward Agreement:
Please indicate that you have read and agree to the terms of the Volunteer Land Steward Agreement.

Do you need assistance getting set up with Zoom prior to the virtual training?
Stewards are given various items to make their role on the land known, including a blue t-shirt, a lanyard and badge, and a few INLC patches to iron onto other clothing you may like to wear in the field. Please tell us your ideal shirt size below - we'll get it to you during your orientation site visit. (Note: Shirts are unisex!)