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Peak & Prairie

Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club
Volume XXXI
II, Number 8, April / May 1999

Online Newsletter

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
Features:                              Departments:

The Capitol Report

From The Peak
  
Amazon.com and Sierra Club From The Chair
 
SUVs Pollution & Profits Book Review
   
King Soopers & Recycling Meditations
   
Public Service Troubles Reflections
   

Ferret Outing

Restaurant Review
   
Calendar Lifestyles
   

Community-Supported Agriculture: A Wise Choice for Your Family

Wilderness Bill Receives Warm Welcome
Shade-Grown Coffee Supports Wildlife

Conserving Resources When Building or Remodeling Your Home

Habitat Reserves and Forest Plans: From Paper to Reality
Dry to Wet-a New Kind of Green Washing

Garden Clean-Up Time is Coming To Colorado

Urgent Call - Help Protect Our Desert Canyon Country Make a Difference
Volunteers Needed for Colorado Canyon Country Wilderness Mapping Project From the Heart

 


 

Rocky Mountain Chapter Officers and ExCom Members

 

Peak and Prairie Staff

Public Officials

Rocky Mountain Chapter Wish List

Sierra Club Workshop: How to be an Effective Public Participator

Sierra Club Internships Now Available

Announcing the Chapter's Annual Fund Appeal

Classified (not online)

Underwear by the Roadside: Tales from a Coast-to-Coast Litterwalk

Hotline Takes Calls Reporting Attacks on Activists

 


Sierra Club Office Staff
Rocky Mountain Chapter
1410 Grant Street, Suite B205
Denver, CO 80203

Mary Romano
Office/Communications Manager

Sandra Eid
Legislative Coordinator

303-861-8819
303-861-2436 (FAX)
rmc-office@juno.com
http://www.rmc.sierraclub.org/

 


Deadlines & Submissions

June/July Issue
Friday April 30, 1999

August/September
Friday July 2, 1999

email submissions to the editor, Kevin Mackessy, at kfmacke@bewellnet.com

drop disks or photographs off at the Sierra Club RMC Office

FAX to the RMC office


A WILL IS A WAY...

To make a substantial gift to protect the environment. If you do not have a will, the state decides how your property and other affairs are handled. Decisions made now can later provide financial security for family, friends and the Sierra Club. You may even direct your bequest to a specific Club program or your home Chapter.

For more information and confidential assistance, contact the Sierra Club Planned Giving Program, 85 Second Street, 2nd floor, San Francisco, CA 94105, (415) 977-5639.

 


 

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