Kettle Range Conservation Group: Tim Coleman
Kettle Range Conservation Group: Tim Coleman Tim Coleman has been active in the conservation of forest and water resources since 1971. He spent his childhood in Iowa, graduating from Dowling Catholic High School and serving his country as a Vietnam-era Navy veteran where he worked in communications. Tim and his wife Susan have been married 29 years and have two grown children, Anthony and Anya. They built and live in a hand-crafted solar-powered log cabin north of Republic, Washington. Since 1993, Tim has served as director of the Kettle Range Conservation Group. He cofounded the Wild Washington Campaign that led to the passage of the Wild Sky Wilderness, and he is a cofounder of the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition and the Columbia Highlands Initiative. In 1998 Tim received the Environmental Hero Award from the Washington Environmental Council. Tim’s hobbies include mountaineering, telemark skiing, white water rafting, gardening and carpentry.
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