The Inland NW Land Conservancy’s 25th Anniversary Splash
The Inland Northwest Land Conservancy’s Hooked on Conservation, 25th Anniversary Splash is cast for Saturday February 6, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., at the Spokane Convention Center.
Paul Quinnetts, author of The Search for the Elusive Trout and local fly fisherman will indulge INLC members and conservation supporters with uproarious tales and instructions on how to pursue the mythical fish. The evening will honor 25 years of the Inland Northwest Land Conservancy’s work, while looking ahead to the future of preservation, and “spawning” investment for future projects.
Guests will receive the Elusive Trout poster by book illustrator Deanna Camp and signed copies of the book will be available for purchase. The event includes cocktail hour (featuring two signature cocktails from the book), hors d’oeuvres, photos, music, an art auction, dinner and the opportunity to hear Paul’s tall tales. Tickets are $75 and can be purchased at www.inlandnwland.org.
To date, INLC has helped preserve 15,000 acres of the Inland Northwest, including nearly 39 miles of shoreline. Preservation through conservation easements keeps water resources clean and flowing, agricultural lands working, and forests healthy while supporting our wildlife and wild places for future generations.
Inland NW Land Conservancy is a nonprofit non-governmental organization founded in 1991. The board and staff are engaged members in the communities they serve, actively working to preserve our region’s precious resources for generations to come. The Conservancy’s work extends across eastern Washington and northern Idaho.