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  January/February 2000 Features:
Getting it Right
The Future of Adventure
Goodbye to All That
Urban Legends
Thinking Big
 
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Inside Sierra
Ways & Means
Good Going
Lay of the Land
Food for Thought
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Sierra Magazine
January/February 2000

Features: The Green Millenium

Getting it Right
OK, we blew it last millennium. How can we do better this time? A Sierra roundtable discussion on building a greener future.

The Future of Adventure
Will the next generation still be able to get gloriously lost in the wilderness?
by Jeff Greenwald

Goodbye to All That
A few nominations for the scrapheap of history. Because some things don't deserve to be recycled.
by B.J. Bergman

Urban Legends
Before anyone called it "sprawl," these San Francisco Bay Area activists were fighting it.
by Harold Gilliam

Thinking Big
Five bold ideas for the new century.
by Jennifer Hattam


Departments

Letters

Inside Sierra
Natural religion by Joan Hamilton

Ways & Means
A wilder future by Carl Pope

Lay of the Land
Bad bugs
Hog Tide
Cozy with condors

Good Going
Red River Gorge, Kentucky by Chris Bolgiano

Food for Thought
Fish farming by David Dobbs

Sierra Club Bulletin
A century of Kings, presidents, and even a dinosaur

Home Front
by Jennifer Hattam

Mixed Media
Web sites, videos, books

Last Words
The Mad Farmer manifesto by Wendell Berry


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