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  • For forest activists

    Fourth annual West Coast ancient Forest Activists conference planned.

  • RX for forests

    The Forest Service proposes 330 projects to reduce the threat of fire and disease while also providing logs for timber.

  • Raising hell

    The Forest Service's Hells Canyon Overlook Project provokes charges that the canyon will be turned into a tourist trap.

  • Rocky Mountain Naturalist

    Radiant Days: Writings by Enos Mills contains essays by the "Father of Rocky Mountain National Park."

  • The honeymoon is over

    Nonprofit River Network offers advice on saving rivers - and working with the media.

  • Pests and pesticides

    Pesticides in our Communities suggests safer alternatives to chemical pesticides.

  • War on wheels

    Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance says off-road vehicles are damaging Utah wildlands.

  • Crude awakening

    Friends of the Earth accuses the oil industry of waste in Crude Awakening.

  • Fighters for justice

    People of Color Environmental Groups 1994-95 Directory lists more than 300 minority grass-roots groups.

  • A passion for less

    New Road Map Foundation advocates voluntary simplicity.

  • Greens under attack

    David Helvarg's book The War Against the Greens documents violence against environmentalists.

  • From Oregon to Wyoming

    Tom Throop is new executive director of the Wyoming Outdoor Council.

  • Who are you calling redskin?

    Honor Our Neighbors' Origins and Rights (HONOR) works to affirm tribal rights and protest racism.

  • Blow, whistleblowers, blow

    Hazel O'Leary proposes reform to protect whistleblowers at the Department of Energy.

  • Wild in Montana

    Montana Wilderness Association holds 36th annual convention in Great Falls.

  • Caribou population still too small

    Woodland caribou populations are still too small in Selkirks.

  • Say what?

    Park Service considers procedural changes and asks advice about de-jargonizing.

  • Bambi takes a hunter safety course

    The book "Stormy and The New Forest" by Tom Storm is reviewed.

  • Home on the electric range

    Rancher robot display defends grazing at New Mexico State Fair.

  • Pay to play

    The Southwest Idaho Mountain Biking Association believes mountain bikers should pay to use trails on public lands.

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