PO Box 9241
Moscow, ID 83843
Friends of the Clearwater is a recognized non-profit organization since 1987, defends the Idaho Clearwater Bioregion's wildlands and biodiversity through a Forest Watch program, litigation, grassroots public involvement, outreach, and education on the eastern edge of the Palouse, where the doug fir and cedar forests meet the rolling hills.
The Wild Clearwater Country, the northern half of central Idaho's Big Wild, contains many unprotected roadless areas and wild rivers, and provides crucial habitat for countless rare plant and animal species.
We strive to protect these areas, restore degraded habitats, preserve viable populations of native species, recognize national and international wildlife corridors, and to bring an end to commodity extraction and industrialization on our public lands. We keep the Forest Service & BLM accountable, upholding environmental laws and standards for the steelhead, chinook, wolves, wolverines, salamanders and songbirds.