Mountain State Sierran Archives
Updates on a number of energy issues, plus new outings in this issue of your West Virginia Mountain State Sierran
Some good news and bad new in this issue of your Mountain State Sierran, Iif you are depressed about our State Legislature, go on one of our great outings to rejuvenate yourself!
Our 2013 Legislative Agenda, Gas Well Monitoring Workshops, and lots of outings head up our spring newsletter!
Get Busy on Marcellus gas: your heath, workshops and more!
A sad farewell to a fallen environmental hero, plus news on Marcellus Gas issues, and some fall outings in this issue of your West Virginia Mountain State Sierran
Honoring two long-time activists and check out our fall outings and the BIG plans for our 2012 SierraFest!
The Chapter receives a BIG award, a BIG Frackin' rally in DC, and more outings this summer!
News on our Marcellus Gas Campaign, the WV Legislature (snore!!) and lots more Outings. So get out there~!
Marcellus Gas drilling, new EPA regs on power plants and climate change. Plus more outings to start off the new year!
Coal Ash and Marcellus Gas updates, plus more outings and highlights from our 2011 annual SierraFest!
More information on Marcellus Gas drilling in West Virginia, plus more outings and our 2011 SierraFest will be this fall.
The March on Blair Mountain, the dangers of Coal Ash, and lots of summer outings make this a great summer issue of your Chapter Newsletter!
Lots of information on Mercury, and new scientific reports, plus LOTS more outings!
Marcellus Gas, Blair Mountain, PATH and other issues plus lots of outings and other events!
Gas, ash, outings and much more to start off the New Year!
Check out our political endorsement, awards and photos from our 2010 SierraFest, plus the Mountaintop Removal Protest in Washington, DC!
Big DC rally against Mountaintop Removal Mining, more outings, more information on Marcellus Shale gas drilling, and a new foundation to mitigate acid rain and green house gases in West Virginia. Read ON.....
Coal Ash headlines our July-August newsletter, plus info about our 2010 SierraFest, and please check out our summer Outings!
Our Political Endorsement for the May Primary Election, plus more on gas drilling in our State Parks, and EPA's regulation of MTR in our state. And lots more Outings for this spring and summer!
Get an update on Gas Drilling in our State Parks, important bills in our State Legislature, and check out our expanded Outings Program!
It's not just a lot of GAS in this issue of the Mountain State Sierran: see the Big News on PATH, a great speech by Senator Byrd, a petition drive by WVU students and our winter outings.
A new report on the economics of Mountaintop Removal mining and a number of articles on gas drilling in West Virginia highlight this issue of your Mountain State Sierran. Oh, Yeah! Our Chapter is now 25 years old; check out the celebration!
PATH hearings, Roadless Rule, more Outings, and do not forget to register for the 2009 SierraFest
This may be our largest newsletter ever with information on PATH, Mountaintop Removal, and our Chapter's 25th Birthday Celebration in Charleston
New Wilderness in West Virginia! But we still have the usual abuses of the land from MTR and gas drilling in the Marcus Shale.
Lots of articles on energy issues and please TAKE ACTION on our pending West Virginia Wilderness Bill
Energy issues and a thriving outings program highlight the first issue of your Mountain State Sierran for 2009!
Our 2008 Election endorsements, energy issues and more outings in our final issue of the 2008 Mountain State Sierran
Our fight against the PATH and TrailCo Powerlines continues, plus there lots of outings and a new construction project!
Updates on the Slatyfork Sewage Treatment Plant, the TrAILCO Powerline, and our summer outings and tours to WV Mountaintop Removal mining sites. Plus our inaugural article on our WV Environmental Heroes. All in your July-August issue of the Mountain State Sierran
Our Political Endorsements, the Wild Mon Wilderness Bill and a proposed quarry in the Eastern Panhandle hightlight this is of your Mountain State Sierran
We have a new WV Wilderness Bill, plus there lots going on in the 2008 WV state legisture.
Energy issues and the Chapter Excomm election highlight the first 2008 issue.
Local and national energy issues highlite this issue of your Mountain State Sierran, which is in a brand new print format for the first time in almost 20 years!!
The Dirty Truth about Coal, a new book on Mountaintop Removal Coal mining and information on the Greenbrier CoGen Plant and Health Providers for Wilderness. Plus new Outings and information on other issues in this issue of your Mountain State Sierran
Bears! Parks! Traffic! Powerplants and Powerlines! But not Park Bears playing in Traffic next to ever increasing power-plants and power-lines! Read more in your July-August issue of your Mountain State Sierran.
Successful citizen actions and litigation have moved the Global Warming and Energy issues forward
Cheat Canyon Litigation, Clean Energy, Wilderness, the Chapter's recommendations for the 2007 Board of Directors Election, and much more in this edition of your Mountain State Sierran newsletter
Big news on our energy issues, plus a report from our Political Committee, and we have a new Outings Chair. AND be sure to vote on the Chapter Executive Committee election when you receive your copy of this newsletter in the mail!
MORE information, More articles and MORE political endorsements in this issue of your Mountain State Sierra!
What's blowing in the WV Wind? This time of year our Political Endorsements, instead of Windmills.
Air pollution, Wilderness, and Energy Issues: all in West Virginia and in this issue of the Mountain State Sierran!
Political endorsements and the 2006 Wilderness Campaign Workshop
The Slatyfork Sewage Saga and the critical need for new volunteers highlight this issue of the Chapter newsletter!
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!
Reports on the Sierra Summit and the last weeks of the official comment period for the Mon National Forest Plan highlight this issue.
This issue of the Mountain State Sierran highlights our efforts to protect the Mon National Forest by generating thousands of comments on the Draft Forest Management Plan by the November 14th deadline!
More outings, more issues and more information in this issue of the Mountain State Sierran!
Read about our fight to save wildlife in the Cheat Canyon, mountain bikes and wilderness, plus the 2005 Mother Jones award going to Dave Saville
In this issue of the Mountain State Sierran, learn about renewed threats to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, threats of invasive plants in WV's Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, and how you can participate in the 2005 Sierra Summit
In this issue, read about the Sierra Club's settlement with Longview; nonattainment designations for air pollutants in West Virginia; the Sierra Student Coalition, and how to get more wilderness in West Virginia.
In our May/June 2004 issue you'll read about our appeals of an air pollution permit for the Longview Power Plant, a report from the West Virginia University Sierra Club students, and lots more.
Information about the Chapter Executive Committee Elections, as well as the National Board Elections. Also lots of good stuff about Wilderness preservation in our good state.
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