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2006
May-June 2006 Mountain State Sierran

Political endorsements and the 2006 Wilderness Campaign Workshop

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WV Wilderness Coalition Invites You to Join In Spring Activities

by Matt Keller
Update on the Mon Forest Management Plan and information on upcoming wilderness events

College Students Plant Thousands of Red Spruce & Balsam Fir Trees

by Sierra Student Coalition, WVU Chapter
Over 50 students help plant over 4,800 red spruce and balsam fir seedlings in the Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Club Is Working to Consolidate Energy Policies

by Paul Wilson
Chapters, Groups and members weigh in on a consolidated Club Energy and Global Warming Policy

West Virginia SIERRA CLUB Spring Election ENDORSEMENTS

by Regina Hendrix, Chapter Political Committee Chair
CHAPTER ENDORSEMENTS: PLEASE VOTE FOR THESE CANDIDATES ON MAY 9

West Virginia Legislative Wrap-Up 2006

by Jim Kotcon
The 2006 state legislative season was....well quite interesting!

UPPER WILLIAMS RIVER WATERSHED TIMBER PROJECT APPEALED

by Beth Little
Chapter appeals the Upper Williams River timber project to protect riparian habitat and wildlife populations

Mountaintop removal in articles and books

by reprinted from Coal River Mountain Watch April Newsletter
Recent articles on Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining show the devastation to our mountains and our communities

Air Quality in Greenbrier County

by Jim Kotcon
ANOTHER new coal-fired power plant would dirty the air in Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. This one in Greenbrier County.

Living with Nature In Mind

by Janet Haug
Janet is a Sierra Club member in the Mt. Vernon Group of the Virginia Chapter. She recently completed a Masters Degree in Business with an emphasis in Environmental Studies from the Air Force Institute of Technology in Dayton,
Ohio.

   
   

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