Electric Assist Mountain Bikes Innovation drives new technology into every avenue of our lives and often the policies guiding usage fall far behind the speed of innovation. This is the […]
For the past several years the Disabled Access Committee (all of us) have spent a lot of time in the woods. Last year, despite COVID, we were still very busy […]
Swanson Lakes wildfire recovery, volunteers will be helping to plant shrubs and plants to assist with the recovery in areas impacted by the wildfires. We will be meeting at 10 […]
March has arrived, which means that the application period for our disabled hunting access program on Inland Empire Paper Company (IEPC) lands has opened. Each year IEPC generously donates 25 […]
Spring Bear Hunting Seasons By: Marie Neumiller, INWC Executive Director *Quick disclaimer – I started hunting birds with my dad as a child, and then as an adult I began […]
Fire Updates The 2020 fire season started with a vengeance, with over 330,000 acres of land burning in a single day. Public lands commissioner Hilary Franz called it a, “historic […]
One of the silver-linings of COVID-19 is that many people are discovering/re-discovering all the amazing outdoor recreational opportunities that our area has to offer. Hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, bird watching, […]
How many Washington State fish can you name? Test your fish skills in our quiz, share your results to compete against your friends.
We may not always have a chance to see wildlife in the woods, but they often leave tracks behind. Are you able to identify the tracks that you pass while […]
Are you an expert at identifying the wildlife of Washington State? Take our quiz to test your skill!