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Contents: November/December 2010


Jeremy Jones, Jonaven Moore, and Mikey Nixon slog skyward on the Tantalus Glacier in British Columbia.
Photo by DAN MILNER

Higher, Deeper
A snowboarding icon's anti-machine manifesto.
MELISSA LARSEN

Big Beasts and Black Rock
Drifting through the Alaskan Arctic's massive, siren coal stash.
BOB SIPCHEN
Sidebar: Arctic Coal, Arctic Melting

Liberty, Equality, and Caribou
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge turns 50. Here's to 5,000 more.
PAUL RAUBER & TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS

The Nature of Transformation
Can outdoor education really change a life?
REED McMANUS

Grass Roots
A Great Plains native finds his way home.
MICHAEL A. PARKS

Sierra Magazine's Premiere Winter Sports Travel Contest
Enter to win a deluxe trip and fantastic winter gear.


DEPARTMENTS

Spout
º What is it with big open spaces?
º Spout Extras

Create
No climate bill? Get over it.

Enjoy
º Good giving, giving good
º The fab Fabien Cousteau
º Green your smile

Ask
Mr. Green: Is recycling a waste of energy?

Act
Mud-puddle kindergarten

Explore
Tara River, Montenegro

Escape
Farm Sanctuary, in Orland, California

Survive
Minus 20 degrees, dark, and you're lost. Now what?

Grapple
º Wyoming really hates wolves
º Helium: up, up, and away
º Where not to buy an electric car
º Up to Speed

Innovate
The future of blimps

Comfort Zone
The tree house grows up

Mixed Media
º Nuclear power: It's baaaaack
º Schmoozing with eco-celebs

Bulletin
º The dangers of anti-CAFO activism
º Locavores in South Dakota

Taking the Initiative
Nature bats cleanup

Last Words
River of trash


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