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Growing Our Own
Zuni Salt Lake Saved
Mainers Embrace 100-Mile Wilderness
Bush Vulnerable on Environment
Love it or Leavitt
   
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National Purpose, Local Action
   
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Burning Rubber
Oregon Roadless Area Threatened
   
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The Planet
October/November 2003

Growing Our Own. Can Sierra Club members run for and win public office? You bet!

Zuni Salt Lake Saved. The Zuni tribe of New Mexico and the Sierra Club prevent a coal mine and save sacred land.

Bush Vulnerable on Environment.

Mainers Embrace 100-Mile Wilderness. Natives of the Pine Tree State protect their section of the Appalachian Trail.

Love it or Leavitt. The Sierra Club opposes the Bush administration’s nominee for EPA administrator, Mike Leavitt.

National Purpose, Local Action. A Harvard researcher evalutates the effectiveness of groups and chapters.

Burning Rubber. Toxic waste and tires join traditional dirty fuels at contested cement factories.

Oregon Roadless Area Threatened.