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2005
Mountain State Sierran

More outings, more issues and more information in this issue of the Mountain State Sierran!

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The Public Trust in Wildlife Conservation

by Paul Wilson
The keystone of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is the principle that wildlife are owned by no one, but are to be held “in trust” for the benefit of all the people by the government.


The new Mon National Forest Plan marches on.....

by Vicky Mattson
Learn about where we are on the Forest Planning process, and what YOU can do to help the Chapter and the Mon National Forest

ARCHIVES AND HISTORY COMMISSION UNANIMOUSLY AGREES: WE SHOULD SAVE BLAIR MOUNTAIN!

by Regina Hendrix
The State Historic Preservation Office and local and state-wide citizens' groups agree: The Blair Mountain battle site should be preserved. Coal companies prefer obliteration. So what else is new?

The Mon Valley Clean Air Coalition jogs down the path of success!

by Sally Wilts
West Virginians have the highest risk of dying from heart disease and lung cancer caused by power plant pollution compared to all the other states in the U.S.

YOUR BODY ON MERCURY!

by Vicky Mattson
Live in West Virginia? Eat fish? Is your home downwind from a coal-fired power plant? You may be in BIG trouble!

Rep. Nick Rahall Honored at Earth Day Celebration

by Matt Keller
West Virginia Wilderness Coalition Praised Congressman’s commitment to Protecting the Environment and Conserving Wild Public Lands.

   
   

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