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  March/April 1997 Features:
Kaiparowits For Keeps
Let The River Run Through It
The Lost Woods of Killarney
The Use of Rivers
 
  Departments:
Letters
Ways & Means
Food for Thought
Way to Go
Good Going
Hearth & Home
Priorities
Sierra Club Bulletin
Last Words
 

Sierra Magazine
March/April 1997

Features

Kaiparowits For Keeps
A mountain-bike binge across America's new redrock national monument.
by Paul Rauber

Let The River Run Through It
A modest proposal from a Sierra Club legend: resurrect Glen Canyon.
by David R. Brower

The Lost Woods of Killarney
There are no straight lines when you're looking for the last old-growth forest in Ireland.
by Rebecca Solnit

The Use of Rivers
You can raft 'em, fish in 'em, or trash 'em.
by Dashka Slater


Departments

Letters
Native Americans, corporadoes, jeep-lust

Ways & Means
The dirty-air lobby by Carl Pope

Good Going
Jaded visit to Burma by Doug Fine

Way to Go
You can get off of that L.A. freeway by Jim McKinney

Food for Thought
How coffee can save the rainforest by Mindy Pennybacker

Hearth & Home
Is your snug rug bugging you? by Mindy Pennybacker

Priorities
Russia's decaying nuclear subs
Clearcutting Belize
Aircraft din in the Grand Canyon

Sierra Club Bulletin
Finding new friends
Let's dance for a change
Ecoregion Roundup

Last Words
Clinton's on the line: what advice do you give him?


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