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  July/August 1996 Features:
Field Truths
The Little Things that Run the World
Shopper, Spare That Tree!
The Big Wall
Remembering Water
 
  Departments:
Letters
Ways & Means
Food for Thought
Good Going
Way to Go
Priorities
Sierra Club Bulletin
Last Words
 

Sierra Magazine
July/August 1996

Features: Saving the Forests

Field Truths
The reality of "salvage logging," seen from stump level.
by Rick Bass

The Little Things that Run the World
They also serve who only creep and ooze--a tribute to,
uncharismatic minifauna.
by Robert Devine

Shopper, Spare That Tree!
Earthen homes, recycled furniture, rice-hull paper: saving forests by changing our buying habits.
by Vince Bielski

The Big Wall
Two thousand feet above Yosemite Valley is no place to choke
by Parker Hill

Remembering Water
The winner of Sierra's eighth annual nature-writing contest.
by Karen Piper


Departments

Letters
Food, fuel, wild journeys, travel contest answers

Ways & Means
Right-wing environmentalists by Carl Pope

Good Going
A near moose in Yellowstone by Stephen J. Lyons

Food for Thought
What price cheap produce? Methyl bromide and you. by Paul Rauber

Way to Go
Petroglyphs in the backyard by Reed McManus

Priorities
Treasure of the Costa Grande
Eco-Thugs

Sierra Club Bulletin
Making Democracy Work
New Directors, New Directives
Volunteer Spotlight
Ecoregion Roundup

Last Words
Finding inspiration where you may


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