Conservation & Stewardship

The Dishman Hills consists of over 3,200 acres of protected land, jointly managed by Dishman Hills Conservancy, Spokane County Parks, and the Washington Department of Natural Resources. We are actively acquiring land to add to the Dishman Hills and connect the Dishman Hills Natural Area, the Glenrose Unit, and the Iller Creek Unit to form one contiguous ecosystem. Then, with help from our partners and volunteers, we steward our lands by building trails, enhancing wildlife habitat, preventing wildfires, restoring native plant ecosystems, and controlling weeds.

A View over Spokane from the Glenrose Unit