Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club
Volume XXXIII, Number 12, December 1999 / January 2000

Online Newsletter



Features:                              Departments:
Wildlife, Wilderness May Suffer Under New White River National Forest Plan   Calendar
Piano Creek Ranch Luxury Resort Threatens Wild San Juan Valley   From the Peak - Join the Editorial Team!!!
Sierra Club Holiday Party '99   From the chair - New Staff Support for Volunteers
Open Space Issues Big Win Again in Colorado Polls   Reflections
“Good Samaritan” Act Proposed to Facilitate Abandoned Mine Cleanup   Letter to the Editor
Motorized Trends in Colorado   Unlabeled, Untested and You’re Eating It
      Partial List of Genetically Engineered Foods
Family Planning Efforts Meet Success Worldwide   Do You Know What You Are Eating?
      Food Review - Organic Orbit, Denver
Those Hog Farms…It’s Business as Usual  
The Sierra Club’s Major Campaigns: Resources for Members and Activists Book Review: Colorado: Heart & Soul
Wildlife Watch: Wildlife Facing Tough Times Under Governor Owens’ Appointees
Historic Opportunity for Wild Forest Protection
Don’t Trade Away Our Environment: The World Trade Organization Does Matter To You 
Mobilizing for the New Millennium: The National Gay and Lesbian Sierran Gathering Legislative Workshop
Chapter’s Water Quality Committee Announces Plans for 2000 Chapter Contacts
Transit Oriented Development Peak and Prairie Staff
Sierra Club Announces Joint Campaign with Amnesty International Member Interest Survey
Cast Your Vote For Chapter Ex-Com Members 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

303-861-2436 (FAX) 

Deadlines & Submissions

Sunday, January 2, 2000

Email submissions as Word or text attachments to the editor, Kevin Mackessy, at kfmacke@mindspring.com  

Please send calendar items to Thom McKibbin at tommck@hotmail.com 

Drop disks or photographs off at the Sierra Club RMC Office

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


Tax Deductible Donations Welcome

Would you like to support the Sierra Club’s environmental work in Colorado and get a tax deduction for your donation? The Chapter’s public education efforts, litigation in the public interest, and campaigns to influence the behavior of administrative agencies are funded in part by the Sierra Club Foundation. To contribute to these efforts, make your check out to “Sierra Club Foundation” and send it to Sierra Club, 1410 Grant St., Suite B205, Denver, 80203. Donations postmarked by December 31 will be tax deductible for 1999. Thank you for your support.

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


Upcoming Executive Committee Meetings

Jan 22-23 Boulder, CO
April 8-9 Fort Collins, CO
July 8-9 Crested Butte, CO




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