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Coleman resumes Kettle Range role after Conservation NW layoff


Russell Vaagen of Vaagen Bros. Lumber and Tim Coleman of Conservation Northwest find their way last week with the help of a map of the Burnt Valley Stewardship Project in the Colville National Forest.  
 (Holly Pickett / The Spokesman-Review)
Russell Vaagen of Vaagen Bros. Lumber and Tim Coleman of Conservation Northwest find their way last week with the help of a map of the Burnt Valley Stewardship Project in the Colville National Forest. (Holly Pickett / The Spokesman-Review)

CONSERVATION GROUPS -- Tim Coleman of Republic, who's been leading conservation efforts for the Columbia Highlands area for more than two decades, has been laid off by Conservation Northwest.

"I've resumed my old role as executive director at Kettle Range Conservation Group," he said. 

The KRCG had essentially merged with Conservation Northwest years ago to combine efforts for promoting wilderness designation on portions of the Kettle Range and Selkirk Mountains.




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