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  May/June 2001 Issue
  Features: 100 Years of Sierra Club Outings
Happy Trails
280 Boots and 14,000 Feet
Mountain Memories
First on Top
Learning to Walk in the Wilderness
 
Energy Features:
Snake Oil for Fossil Fools
A Modest Proposal to Stop Global Warming
 
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Sierra Magazine

 May/June 2001

FEATURES

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WHAT INSPIRES YOU?
Sierra readers share personal stories of what motivated their environmental activism.

ONLY ON THE WEB:
Where have your boots taken you? Tell us about your memorable Sierra Club Outings. Send an e-mail (150-word maximum) to mymemory@sierraclub.org. We'll publish some of the best responses on our Web site in September.

Updated Stories

BEST OF SIERRA: President Bush wants to drill the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil, but he's never been there. Sierra Senior Editor Reed McManus went to visit America's greatest wildlife spectacle, and returned to report on "Where the Caribou Roam."

215 of our readers' Favorite Books

Energy Issue
Cover: Nootka Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Photograph by Joel W. Rogers