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2006
January-February Mountain State Sierran

From Blair Mountain to the Mon National Forest to our next Executive Committee meeting in Morgantown, read all about here in the Mountain State Sierran!

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Environmental Literacy in America

by Paul Wilson
A review of Roper research and other studies paints a disturbing picture. At a time when Americans are confronted with increasingly challenging environmental choices, we learn that our citizenry is by and large both uninformed and misinformed!

LATEST BATTLE OF BLAIR MOUNTAIN SHOWCASES SIERRA CLUB’S GRASSROOTS ORGANIZING AND CAMPAIGN PLANNING MATRIX

by Regina Hendrix
Sierra Club’s Environmental Justice and Environmental Public Education Campaign (EPEC) organizers initiated meetings with local citizens of Blair, WV, to empower them in their efforts to place this historic battle site on the National Register of Historic Places.

Mon Forest Comment Drive a Huge Victory for Wilderness, Wildlife and Watersheds!

by Matt Keller
We’ve been informed that the Forest Service has received an unprecedented 15,000+ comments on their draft plan. It is clear the people HAVE spoken!

Renewable Energy and a 'renewed' West Virginia E-Council

by Denise Poole, WVEC President
During the annual fall conference, E-council attendees prioritized these three initiatives for the 2006 legislative session: renewable energy, sludge impoundments, and storm water drainage.

The Chair's Corner

by Paul Wilson

   
   

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