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  January/Feburary 2001 Features:
Leopold's Gift
Friendly Fire
A Swamp for the Senses
Welcome to Meth County
 
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Inside Sierra
Passages
Ways & Means
Lay of the Land
Good Going
Profile
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Hidden Life
 

Sierra Magazine
January/February 2001

Leopold's Gift
A return to the humble shack where A Sand County Almanac and environmental restoration were born.
by Kenneth Brower

Friendly Fire
Forests need to burn, but it takes a daring person to torch his own backyard.
by Richard Manning

A Swamp for the Senses
Holding the Mississippi at bay, the Atchafalaya River sustains a wetland world of gators, crawfish, and Cajun culture.
by Hannah Hinchman

Welcome to Meth Country
Drug "cooks" are mixing highly toxic chemicals in secluded spots--like the wide-open spaces of the West.
by Marilyn Berlin Snell


Departments

Inside Sierra
Revisiting Sand County by Joan Hamilton

Passages
David Brower, 1912-2000 by John McPhee

Letters

Ways & Means
Virtual Progress by Carl Pope

Lay of the Land
The election's impact
No more spoilers
Mad-deer disease

Good Going
Lake Superior's Rock of Ages by Greg Breining

The Hidden Life
...of a bioengineered meal (and what you can do about it) by Vikki Kratz

Profile
Lula Bishop: Superfund superhero by Margaret l. Knox

Sierra Club Bulletin
The green lobby
Hawaii hoax
Monarch magic
Club firefighters


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