Peak & Prairie
Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club
Volume XXIII, Number 2, April / May 1998
|Earthweek Kicks Off Sierra Club Voter Education Campaign||Capitol Report|
|Save Colorado's Canyon Country!||View From the Chair|
|To Vote for the Environment You have to Register To Vote!||Lifystyle Bits|
|Continental Divide Trail Alert||Pesticide Bits|
|Controversy Over An Endangered Mouse?||Wildlands Update|
|Sierra Club Activist Outings - A Fresh Breath||Calendar|
|New Gear Makes Cross-Country Skiing More Fun||Grassroots Volunteers Needed|
|U.S. Forest Service to Spray Herbicides in Colorado|
|Earthlaw Racks up Successes in Protecting Colorado Environment|
|Expose Senator Campbell|
|Ten Back Country Essentials|
|Wetland Work Projects|
|Rocky Mountain Chapter Officers & Ex-Com Members||Public Officials|
Mary Romano-Office/Communications Manager
Phone: (303) 861-8819
It's not too late
(it's never too late) to give to the Chapter's annual fund appeal. We still need your help to continue our campaigns this year.
Send contributions to:
If you have already given, thank you for your donation.
Stop Junk Mail!
If you want to help the environment and get rid of junk mail, see the tips listed on the EcoFuture website: http://www.ecofuture.org/ecofuture/jnkmail.html
The Sierra Club's Statement of Purpose is: To explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.
Give to Wildlife with Nongame Tax Checkoff
With tax season here, remember the Nongame Tax Checkoff on your Colorado state income tax returns. This is an easy way to give to Colorado's wildlife that are not hunted, fished or trapped: just check the box. Near the end of the 1996 tax form is a line for Coloradans to donate part of their tax refund or to include a donation with their tax payment for Colorado's wildlife.
The Division of Wildlife receives no state tax money. It relies on hunting and fishing licenses for most of its funds. Donations from the checkoff fund go to the nongame program. In 1996, taxpayers donated more than $300,000 this way.
Bald eagles, river otters, native fish and boreal toads and other species have benefitted from the checkoff. Please help Colorado's wildlife by giving a little on your 1996 return.
Peak & Prairie Guidelines
Peak & Prairie is published 6 times a year by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club, dedicated to the exploration, enjoyment, and protection of the wild places of the earth. For reprint permission, which is freely granted with credit, contact the editor.
Opinions expressed in the pages of Peak & Prairie are not necessarily those of the Sierra Club or the Rocky Mountain Chapter. The editor reserves the right to edit material for length, clarity, or content. The Chapter reserves the right to approve all advertising before publication. Readers are invited to contribute, but please limit your article to 750 words. Articles, announcements, and letters for Peak & Prairie may be submitted in any of the following ways, but computerized submission is preferred.
Mail or deliver a computer diskette with your material to the RMC office. We can handle Macintosh or PC compatible diskettes, preferably in ASCII text format. Include your name and phone number in the article and on the disk and enclose a printout.
Announcements of meetings, outings, and other events should be entered directly into the Calendar of Events subboard on the BBS. Each event must be entered separately.
Membership subscriptions are $1 per year (included in the annual Sierra Club dues). nonmembers may subscribe for $5 per year.
PEAK & PRAIRIE STAFF
|Editor||Fran Baxter - email@example.com||(303) 238-8817|
|Co-Editor||Kevin Mackessy||(303) 471-1594|
|Layout||Sean Mueller||(303) 377-7503|
|Co-Layout||John Driscoll||(303) 832-8168|
|Editorial Assistants||Karen Wharton||(303) 642-3117|
|Kirk Cunningham||(303) 939-8519|
|Christine Carr||(303) 722-4525|
|Pam Sherman||(303) 444-0622|
|Barry Satlow||(303) 442-1006|
|Lu Snyder||(303) 861-9680|
|Calendar Editor||Reginald Allen - firstname.lastname@example.org||(303) 795-2121|
|Media||Diane Drekman||(303) 861-5783|
|Photos||Dwight Allen||(303) 770-8445|
|Grassroots Editor||Mike Gizzi - email@example.com||(970) 434-6048|
|Circulation / Mailing Parties||Angela Medbery||(303)433-2608|
|Advertising||Mary Romano||(303) 861-8819|
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