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  Sierra Magazine
  November/December 2004
Table of Contents
 
  FEATURES:
Wild & Whitewashed
Interview: Restaurateur Alice Waters
Who Grows Your Food? (And Why It Matters)
A Tale of Two Immigrants
 
  DEPARTMENTS:
Letters
Let's Talk
Ways & Means
One Small Step
Lay of the Land
Profile
Good Going
Sierra Club Bulletin
Sierra Club Outings
Last Words
 
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November/December 2004

Rocky Mountain elk
Photo by Gary Kramer
features

Wild & Whitewashed
High in the Bitterroot Mountains, trails of history, myth, and reality intersect.

Interview: Restaurateur Alice Waters
"I call it a delicious revolution."

Who Grows Your Food? (And Why It Matters)
Meet the Dubas family. If their sustainable farm can't make it, we're all in trouble.

A Tale of Two Immigrants
Are we going to build walls — or bridges?

departments

Letters

Let's Talk
Citizen's guide to hope
Rivers and Tides

Ways & Means
Get me to the polls on time

One Small Step
I brake for turtles

Lay of the Land
Gun-toting enviros
Fuel-efficiency follies

Profile
Fisherman's friend

Good Going
Suwannee River, Georgia

Sierra Club Bulletin
Awards for activists

Sierra Club Outings
2005 Alaska, Hawaii, and spring trips

Last Words
Where the deer and the antelope play