Hellbender Journal 4, no. 2

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Hellbender Journal 4, no. 2, front page

Hellbender Journal 4, no. 2 (Summer 1998). Environment and Society Portal. Multimedia Library. http://www.environmentandsociety.org/node/8179.

Hellbender Journal is a voice for forest activists working towards the protection of the Allegheny Forests in Pennsylvania. In this issue, Sam Hays explains the many external forces and circumstances affecting the Allegheny National Forest, encouraging readers to regard them constructively and with an eye for opportunities.

Table of Contents

  • Activists Occupy Forest Supervisor’s Office in First Ever Allegheny Civil Disobedience
  • Round ‘em Up and Oust ‘em Out
  • Allegheny Activists Organize and Educate at Minister Creek
  • Hellbenders and the Seventh Circle of Hell
  • What’s Happening on the Allegheny National Forest
  • Clearing the Throat by Theresa Darlin
  • Zero-Cut Update and Upcoming Events
  • US Citizens Say: “Stop the East Side Timber Sale!”
  • Allegheny Activists Rally In Philadelphia
  • Cross Country by Liz Hughes
  • State Forests Management Plan Revision Continues
  • Hellbender Action Alert: Powerful Timber Interests Try to Intimidate Forest Lawyers
  • Conservation Groups Resign from Timber Certification Effort in Appalachia
  • Flier: 5th Annual Allegheny National Forest Gathering
  • Honey Locust Pod by Margaret Young
  • Belitskus to Run for U.S Congress in 1998
  • Doesn’t Trust Peterson on Forest Issues
  • Forest [Dis]Service by Tim Doody
  • Benefit for the Allegheny
  • Timber Cutting on the Allegheny 101
  • Eyes on the Forest Service: ADP Guide to Timber Sales

On Wednesday, May 20, members of NYC Earth First!/Federal Lands Action Group entered John Palmer’s office in the Allegheny National Forest, disrupting a meeting therein (Palmer was not in attendance). The group announced their opposition to the East Side Project, the largest proposed timber sale east of the Mississippi.

—Adam Weissman, NYC Earth First!

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