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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 International Trade—A Threat to Forests and Jobs," "Please Join 136 Top Scientists in Asking the President to Protect Roadless Areas," and "We All Want Clean Water."

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 "Western Ancient Forests Activists Conference," and "Determined Woman Guards Forest Giant."

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 Pleasure of Birding: A Sample Day in the Siskiyous," "Forest Protection Highlights," and "The HazRed Timber Sale Appeal: A Better Way To Reduce Fire Hazards in Ashland's Watershed."

Headwaters is a non-profit educational group created in 1974 to protect critical watersheds in southwest Oregon. This issue of Headwaters' Forest News is titled "Vote green! Your grandchildren will thank you." It also features news on activism against the "Clearcut Salvage Rider" bill, the Clinton Administration's inadequate response, and timber sale impacts and theft.

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 "A Brief Analysis of the '98 Elections,"Ski Resort threatens Bald Eagles & Ancient Forest Reserve at Pelican Butte," and "Arts and Activism come to Headwaters."

This 1990 information packet from the Mendocino Environmental Center serves as a partial record of Redwood Summer.

In this issue of Mendocino Environmental Center Newsletter, Joe Volk discusses the U.S. bombing attacks against Iraq; Bob Whitney tells the story of wilderness and over-dependence on oil and gas in Alaska; and David Giesen urges people to recycle their waste.

In this issue of Mendocino Environmental Center Newsletter, the editors discuss topics such as forestry, the environmental consequences of the Gulf War, and how unity can preserve ancient forests.

In this issue of Mendocino Environmental Center Newsletter, Gary Ball discusses the possibility of World War III and introduces the Wise Use Movement, while Claude Steiner writes about Mendocino's new landfill.

In this issue of Mendocino Environmental Center Newsletter, Dana Stolzman discusses the Headwaters Forest Act; Gary Ball updates on the County Forest Practice Rules; and Bruce Haldane writes about the bombing of the Earth First! activists, Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney.