Content Index

In this issue of Wild Forest Review: Salvage Dreams reading the future of North American Forests; Clinton & Congress working together for murrelet extinction; Robert Redford protector of wild rivers or pawn of gold miners?; Babbitt's secret plan to stop grey wolf recovery; and much more.

Headwaters is a non-profit educational group created in 1974 to protect critical watersheds in southwest Oregon.

Headwaters is a non-profit educational group created in 1974 to protect critical watersheds in southwest Oregon.This issue of Headwaters Journalfeatures stories related to the Clinton Forest Plan, the 1995 Ancient Forest Activists Conference, and forest activism.

Headwaters is a non-profit educational group created in 1974 to protect critical watersheds in southwest Oregon. This issue of Headwaters Journal features headlines such as "Legislative Threats and Citizen Action," "Wildfires and Salvage Logging," and "Building Green Media."

Headwaters is a non-profit educational group created in 1974 to protect critical watersheds in southwest Oregon. This issue of Headwaters Journal features headlines such as "Sugarloaf Timber Sale," ""Forest Health" Bill Would Make Logging Without Laws Permanent," and "Pesticide Use On the Klamath Wildlife Refuges."

Headwaters is a non-profit educational group created in 1974 to protect critical watersheds in southwest Oregon. In this issue of Headwaters Journal, Homer C. Millard writes a letter to the Vice-President, Al Gore; Francis Eatherington discusses how it is to be arrested on TV; and Jeff Dose brings up the topic of salmon.

A 1996 primer by the Native Forest Council introduces the dire situation of America's national forests and what citizens and activists can do to stem deforestation.

The Warrior Poet is a collection of poems and short stories from environmental activists. This twelve-page edition is from Spring 1994.

This issue of Wild Rockies Journal discusses the group's campaign against the U.S. Forest Service, the Wilderness Act, and the "Friends of the Wolf" coalition.

Headwaters is a non-profit educational group created in 1974 to protect critical watersheds in southwest Oregon. This issue of Headwaters' Forest News features headlines such as "The Kalmiopsis Wildlands," "Anchors of Biodiversity," and "Outdoor Education—A Recap of Summer in the Siskiyou."