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by Lisa M. Mayo
Maryland refuges are at risk as the Bush administration forces cuts in staff, public use, and wildlife protection.
by Jan Graham
Governor embraces an environmental agenda as legislators return to Annapolis.
by Betsy Johnson
Bills to like and bills to spike are being introduced in the Assembly.
by Bills to like and bills to spike are being introduced in the Assembly.
Governor OMalley continues to support the destructive, overpriced ICC. Heres what you can do to encourage him to rethink the transportation policy in Maryland.
by Cliff Terry
Public financing of campaigns could end lawmakers dependence on polluters campaign cash
Bottles that could be composted would disrupt the cycle that reclaims bottles for recycling and reuse.
Impervious Surfaces Impair Watersheds.
Study finds that exhaust from highways can inflict permanent damage on childrens lungs..
by Bill McKibben
A Letter of Invitation from Writer and Environmentalist Bill McKibben
by Kim Stenley
Magazines, books, and a personal journey introduce mountaintop removal mining, a practice of widespread devastation, and the local heroes who are fighting it.
by Barbara Garner
A Forest Service historian tells the history of our state forests and parks
by Edited by Mary C. Corddry
Sierrans tackle environmental projects and policies across the state
by Dan Soeder
Outings are a big part of the Sierra Clubs appeal, and safety is a paramount concern.
Support our democratic traditions by voting for the Sierra Club Board of Directors
by Neil Williamson
A member reflects on his Appalachian heritage, and mountaintop removal mining