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  November/December 2002 Issue
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NATIVE AMERICA
  Sacred Landscapes
  The Salt Woman and the   Coal Mine
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American Roots
Shop & Save
 
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NATIVE AMERICA
Sacred Landscapes
Butte, mountain, spring, grove, lake. When they’re your places of worship, protecting them is an act of faith. 
Valerie Taliman

The Salt Woman and the Coal Mine
The Bush administration isn’t going to let a Zuni deity get in the way of a new strip mine.
Winona LaDuke

OTHER FEATURES
American Roots
Ancient forests are more than giant sequoias.
Reed McManus

Shop & Save
A guide to eco-labels, so you can protect the earth with every trip to the store. 
Dave Wortman

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