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Peak & Prairie

Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club
Volume XXXIII, Number 7, February March 1999

Online Newsletter

 

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
Features:                              Departments:
An Open Letter to Sierra Club Members: All Hands On Deck! View From the Chair
  
Rocky Mountain Chapter’s Holiday Party Huge Success: Thank You! Letters to the Editor
   
Sierra Club Named Most Influential Environmental Organization Lifestyle Bits
   
Pikes Peak Highway Update Poetry Page
   
Rocky Mountain Chapter Honors Rep. David Skaggs Calendar
   
Spirit of the Southwest Slide Show Worth a Look Grassroots
   
Chapter Awards Presented to Distinguished Group Classifieds
   
To Fee or Not To Fee?
 
New Energy Partnership Offers "Green Power" Options
 
Educational Need Fulfilled in Bill Berger’s Understanding Forests
 
RMC to Start "Sierra Club Academy"
 
Indian Peaks Group Hosts Successful Political Fundraiser
 
World Population Awareness Week Looks at Tough Issues
 
Another Mine Affecting Eldorado Canyon State Park
 
Spanish Peaks Tops Congressional Agenda
   
Conservationists Expand BLM Wilderness Proposal
   
Does Expanding Your Belt Solve Obesity?
   
BLM Roadless Review Concluded
   
Animas LaPlata "Ultra-Lite" Scoping Hearings Coming
   
Vermillion Bluffs Roadless Area: A "Wilderness Without Handrails" Outing

 


 

Rocky Mountain Chapter Officers & Ex-Com Members

Peak & Prairie Guidelines

Peak and Prairie Editorial Staff

Public Officials

Safe School Seminar Slated

 

A Review of Alan Weisman’s Gaviotas, A Village to Reinvent the World

Rocky Mountain Chapter Web Committee Honored with 1998 Webbie

The RMC’s New Outings Web Page

Layout/Design Help Needed


Sierra Club
Rocky Mountain Chapter
1410 Grant Street, Suite B205
Denver, CO 80203

Mary Romano
Office/Communications Manager

Sandra Eid
Legislative Coordinator

Phone: (303) 861-8819
Fax: (303) 861-2436
email: rmc-office@juno.com
web site: http://www.rmc.sierraclub.org/
BBS: (303) 402-6905


1998 Schedule
Chapter Executive Committee

Date Host Group
April 10-11 1999 Denver

A WILL IS A WAY...

To make a substantial gift to protect the environment. If you do not have a will, the state decides how your property and other affairs are handled. Decisions made now can later provide financial security for family, friends and the Sierra Club. You may even direct your bequest to a specific Club program or your home Chapter.

For more information and confidential assistance, contact the Sierra Club Planned Giving Program, 85 Second Street, 2nd floor, San Francisco, CA 94105, (415) 977-5639.

 


 

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