Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club
Volume XXXI
II, Number 11, October / November 1999

Online Newsletter



Features:                              Departments:

Colorado Wilderness Bills Need Your Support This Fall



Landmark Public Service Pollution Reduction Agreement Will Increase Visibility in Denver

From the Peak - A Farewell and a Call for Help


Strike a Blow Against Sprawl  November 2

From The Chair - Mapping the Future of the Rocky Mountain Chapter
Less Haze - Coming to a National Park Near You??? The Capitol Report - Lawmakers whose days are numbered

Mayor’s South Platte River Commission Update and Accomplishments

Letter to the Editor
What are Local Sierra Club Groups Working On Sustainable Community Design: Good Business and the Right Thing to Do
    20 Household and kitchen tips: Prevent waste and make life easier!

Guanella Pass There's Still Time to Help

Recycling in Colorado
Earthlaw Gives Endangered Species in California a Reprieve Reflections

Save Open Space in Adams County, Vote Yes on Issue 1A  Book Review: Close Range: Wyoming Stories

Wind Energy Picking Up Speed in Colorado

DeGette Hikes Redcloud and Handies Wilderness
Population and the Media



Chapter Contacts

Peak and Prairie Staff

Our Great New T-Shirts And Tote-Bags

Member Interest Survey

Colorado Guide Needs Volunteers

Year 2000 Sierra Club Calendars Have Arrived!

A Big  Thank You to All Our Contributors

“No Pesticides” Yard Signs Available

Statement of Purpose

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

Mary Romano
Office/Communications Manager

Sandra Eid
Legislative Coordinator

303-861-2436 (FAX)

Deadlines & Submissions

Friday October 22, 1999

Email submissions as Word or text attachments to the editor, Kevin Mackessy, at kfmacke@bewellnet.com 

Please send calendar items to Thom McKibbin at tommck@hotmail.com 

Drop disks or photographs off at the Sierra Club RMC Office

P&P (hard copy) is printed by Colorado Daily on recycled paper.

Act Now and Save the Environment!

Make a commitment to the next generation by remembering the Sierra Club in your will. Your support will help others preserve the intricate balance of nature. 

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 planned.giving@sierraclub.org 

Photographers Wanted Statewide

Photographers Wanted Statewide
The P&P Staff is recruiting photographers throughout the state. We especially need photographers outside the Denver metro area. Our plan is to have a pool of willing photographers who can shoot assignments somewhat near their homes. If you are willing to travel to far flung locations let us know that as well.

Contact our Photo Editor, Cara Brewer, 303-617-0372, or CABKJW@aol.com.




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