The mission of Dishman Hills Conservancy is to permanently protect the Dishman Hills while connecting people to nature through conservation, education, and recreation.
We envision a vibrant, continuous ecosystem from the Dishman Hills Natural Area and the Rocks of Sharon to the Stevens Creek Trailhead and the edge of the Palouse that is permanently protected, well-managed, and recognized as an asset to the Greater Spokane Community.
DHC’s core values are stewardship, advocacy, integrity, education, and conservation.
Founded in 1966, the DHC is Washington State’s oldest Land Trust. We have a lean staff, a hardworking Board of Directors, and hundreds of members and volunteers from the community.
The Dishman Hills Conservancy has volunteer committees for Stewardship and Education. Joining a committee is one of the best ways to get involved with the DHC in an area of your interest and maintain contact with other members and DHC leaders.