Hellbender Journal 6, no. 1

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Hellbender Journal 6, no. 1, front page

Hellbender Journal 6, no. 1 (Spring 2000). Environment and Society Portal. Multimedia Library. http://www.environmentandsociety.org/node/8182.

Hellbender Journal is a voice for forest activists working towards the protection of the Allegheny Forests in Pennsylvania. This issue focuses on the North Country National Scenic Trail, and the challenges of ending oil and gas drilling on the Allegheny.

Table of Contents

  • The North Country Trail … Under Siege!
  • Earth Police Cite Senator “Sludge” Slocum
  • Allegany Birthday Party
  • Bad County Payments Bill in Senate
  • Allegheny National Cherry Tree Farm?
  • Historic Avonworth Community Park Threatened
  • … And the Charade Continues … Forest Plan Amendment Won’t Protect Threatened and Endangered Species
  • Temple-Inland: Devouring Forests, Polluting Communities
  • Cougar in Pennsylvania: Fact or Fiction?
  • The Truth about “Shifting Pressures”
  • ADP Pittsburgh Growing Fast!!!
  • Pittsburgh Area Calendar
  • In the Rings of the Tree by Thomas Watkiss
  • Pittsburgh Grassroots Globalization Network
  • The Lorax: Alive in the Alleghenies
  • Allegheny Defense Project 2000 Calendar
  • Gas Drilling Threat Renewed on Finger Lakes NF
  • New Species Added to Allegheny “Sensitive” List
  • Toxic Fumes and Kids Don’t Mix

The last month has been a real lesson in not letting yourself get too comfortable. For the past couple of months, the Forest Service has been relatively quiet, on the timber sale front anyway. […] On March 2, however, we were greatly surprised when the Forest Plan Amendment and 15 timber sale Supplemental Environmental Assessments all appeared in our mailbox. Five more Supplemental EA’s and the long-awaited new sensitive species list arrived shortly thereafter. It is clear that this barrage from the Forest Service is an attempt to overwhelm the public with projects to comment on.

—Rachel Martin

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