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The "Wild Heart of Spokane"
The Dishman Hills is a wonderful woodland tucked into a highly residential area, surrounded on two sides by the cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley. The area is home to many unique native plant and animal species and presents fabulous opportunities for near-urban hiking, trail running, environmental education and solitary contemplation in nature.
The Dishman Hills Conservancy is actively working to conserve and connect the existing Conservation Areas in the Dishman Hills Conservation Corridor. We do this in part by buying and conserving lands along the Dishman Ridge between Camp Caro and Stevens Creek. Our vision is that through our work the three existing Dishman Hills Conservation Areas - the Natural Area, the Glenrose Area and Iller Creek - will become a contiguous conservation area that provides crucial wildlife habitat while allowing for low-impact public recreation.
If you value quiet recreation opportunities and promoting local conservation work, please show your support and appreciation by donating to the DHC today.
In order to get to know the area better we invite you to download a map and then get out on the trails to explore the many facets of the Dishman Hills.
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