PAGE 2: TAKE IT
OR LEAVE IT: Editorial by Jim Stiles
PAGE 4: THE NUTSHELL
With Steve Russel & Jim Stiles
Russel on the Plot to get Rep. Cannon in Westwater Canyon. Stiles on Trams & Tourists. And where are all the young activists?
PAGE 6: POINTBLANK: The selling of Nature
By Will Caldwell and NEW WEST BLUES: By Jim Stiles
PAGE 9: THE NUTSHELL Photographic Evidence
New power lines to Wilson Arch; temporarily defunct Second Tram; Wanda Brown Reader of the Month!
PAGE 10: THE CANYON COUNTRY WATCHDOG
By Liz Thomas & Herb McHarg of S.U.W.A.
PAGE 15: TWISTED TABLOID
By Dan O'Connor
AND NOW ...THE GOOD NEWS!
PAGE 16: EARTH DAY! By Art Goodtimes
(As a Disturbance Event in the Flow of History)
PAGE 18: "BOARDS THAT KICK ASS"
By Lynn Winters
For most of us, Boards of Directors are hopeless chasms of chaos and indecision. But can the Carver Paradigm change all of that and change the country as well?
PAGE 20: AN INTERVIEW WITH
Rich is a physician, an Eagle Scout, the president of the Glen Canyon Institute and an unbridled optimist. What makes Rich so darn positive?
PAGE 22: MORMON ENVIRONMENTALISTS:
A Contradiction in Terms? By Alexandra L. Woodruff
Its roots are planted firmly in the earth and its history speaks of stewardship for the land. But for many Utahns in the 21st Century, 'wilderness' is a four-letter word. Where does the Church stand now when it comes to the environment?
PAGE 26: AROUND THE BEND By Ken Sleight
Seldom Seen celebrates 20 years of Earth First!
PAGE 30: STREAMOFCONCIOUSNESS
By Anne Wilson
Reunions and the passage of time.
PAGE 32: THE MOON IS UPSIDE DOWN:
An Australian Notebook By Jim Stiles
PAGE 34: THE HERB RINGER COLLECTION:
Chama, N.M. 1950's
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