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The Kettle Range Conservation group is among the most diverse, successful, and powerful grassroots community groups in the Northwest. For the past 26 years, Kettle Range has challenged hundreds of projects that threatened ecosystem health and inspired thousands of individuals to speak out for responsible management of their public lands. Together with our collaborators, we have safeguarded more than one half million acres of forest in the Okanogan and Colville National Forests in northeastern Washington State. In the past six years we have:

The Kettle Range Conservation Group is in a unique position. We are one of the very few Eastern Washington grassroots groups working to protect roadless areas, forests, deserts, water quality and wildlife. We anchor a largely urban-based conservation movement from our office in Republic. We couple our Forest Watch ecosystem defense work with public outreach emphasizing the economic connection of community to a sustainable environment.