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Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club
Volume XXXI
II, Number 10, August / September 1999

Online Newsletter

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
Features:                              Departments:

Capitol Report - 1999 Session: Many Defeats, Few Victories

From The Peak

Sierra Club Positions - Environmental Legislation - 1999

  

Sierra Club Environmental Scorecard
Colorado House of Representatives and Sentate - 1999 Session

Carl Pope to be Keynote Speaker at the 1999 Rocky Mountain Chapter Retreat

From The Chair
Voters to Decide Transportation Questions Book Review
   

Saying It Boldly: CMAs and Forest Plan Revisions

Reflections
   
Larry Ibison Meditations
   

ICO Forms Unique Alliance

   
What's To Be Done About Global Population Growth? Lifestyles
   

Y2K

EARTH MONTH - EARTH YEAR - Rocky Mountain Arsenal
Food Review
 

Let's All Pull Together

Decision Near on Aggregate Quarry Bordering Eldorado State Park
Xeriscape
 

Do The Right Thing

Altair Energy Brings Solar Electricity To Colorado Residents And Schools
 
Coming to a Planet Near You: Six Billion Human Beings Calendar
 
Guanella Pass DEIS Released Make a Difference
 

 


 

Chapter Contacts

Peak and Prairie Staff

Public Officials

Join the Sierra Club Today!

Member Interest Survey

Fundraising Committee Seeks Volunteers

Call for Awards 

Classified

“No Pesticides” Yard Signs Available

Statement of Purpose


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

October/November
Friday August 27, 1999

December/January
Friday October 22, 1999

email submissions as Word or text attachments to the editor, Kevin Mackessy, at kfmacke@bewellnet.com
cc: lucienne_s@hotmail.com

drop disks or photographs off at the Sierra Club RMC Office

FAX to the RMC office

P&P (hardcopy) is printed by Colorado Daily on recycled paper.

 


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.


 

Photographers Wanted Statewide

Photographers Wanted Statewide
The P&P Staff is recruiting photographers throughout the state. We especially need photographers outside the Denver metro area. Our plan is to have a pool of willing photographers who can shoot assignments somewhat near their homes. If you are willing to travel to far flung locations let us know that as well.

Contact our Photo Editor, Cara Brewer, 303-617-0372, or CABKJW@aol.com.

 


 

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