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Earthjustice Quarterly Magazine: Fall 2013

Cover of the Fall 2013 issue. Sockeye salmon watercolor illustration by Xuanlana Nguyen (xuanlana.com).
Issue 124
Fall 2013
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Jose Chi unloads salmon from fishing boats in Ft. Bragg, CA. (Chris Jordan-Bloch / Earthjustice) Running on Empty Entire runs of salmon are losing out to a system of dams, pumps and diversions that take the flow of life from rivers along America's West Coast.
Chinook salmon. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
Alfredo Acosta sorts fish by weight on the docks in Ft. Bragg, CA. (Chris Jordan-Bloch / Earthjustice)
West coast salmon river systems. (Xuanlana Nguyen)

Departments

Trip Van Noppen, president of Earthjustice.

From the President

Trip Van Noppen

When The Web of Life Tears
Map of the United States.

Frontlines

| Tom Turner

Current Cases, Issues, and Victories

Features

Waimea River. (Jason McCartney / Shutterstock) Mystery in 'Grand Canyon of the Pacific' Why is the Waimea River disappearing?
Ohio constituents Mario Vargas, a farmworker organizer, his daughter Myra Vargas and Leticia Vargas walk with Alexis Guild, Farmworker Justice's Migrant Health Policy Analyst to a meeting in the Hart Senate Office Building. (Matt Roth) Sick of Being Poisoned Pesticides are killing us,
farmworkers tell Congress.
Earthjustice Attorney Abby Rubinson (left) listens as Weni Bagama describes how the Barro Blanco dam project will harm indigenous communities. (Oscar Sogandares) Panama Dam Outrage Build it and indigenous communities will drown.
This adult bald eagle was standing on the ground. It was raining lightly and there was a 15–20 mile an hour wind blowing toward me from behind the bird. When the eagle turned its head at a certain angle the wind picked up the slender, delicate, wet, white feathers ruffling its normally smooth looking head and creating 'a bad feather day.' (Tom Murphy) Conversation: Tom Murphy Famed photographer has a special relationship with nature.
Team Earthjustice takes in the breathtaking view along the coast. Rolling the Redwood Trail Join Team Earthjustice on the five day, 320 mile Climate Ride from Eureka to San Francisco.

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Sharp-shinned hawk amid Colorado's winter foliage. (Linda Burgess)
Photo of sunflower taken by Tony Kaplan, Berkeley, CA, with an iPhone.
A butterfly. (Mike Stavrinakis)

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PhotoCredits

Cover:
Xuanlana Nguyen / xuanlana.com
Sockeye salmon.
Running on Empty:
Chris Jordan-Bloch / Earthjustice
Jose Chi unloads salmon from fishing boats in Ft. Bragg, CA.
Fate of 272,000 Chinook:
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Chinook salmon.
Saving the Pacific Salmon:
Chris Jordan-Bloch / Earthjustice
Alfredo Acosta sorts fish by weight on the docks in Ft. Bragg, CA.
Just Dessert:
Loetus Creative
Mystery:
Jason McCartney / Shutterstock
Waimean River on the Hawaiian island of Kauaʻi.
Sick of Being Poisoned:
Matt Roth / Earthjustice
Mario Vargas, a farmworker organizer, his daughter Myra Vargas and Leticia Vargas walk with Alexis Guild of Farmworker Justice to a meeting in the Hart Senate Office Building.
Panama Dam Outrage:
Oscar Sogandares
Earthjustice Attorney Abby Rubinson (left) listens as Weni Bagama describes how the Barro Blanco dam project will harm indigenous communities.
Conversation:
Tom Murphy
This adult bald eagle was standing on the ground. It was raining lightly and there was a 15–20 mile an hour wind blowing toward me from behind the bird. When the eagle turned its head at a certain angle the wind picked up the slender, delicate, wet, white feathers ruffling its normally smooth looking head and creating "a bad feather day."
Rolling the Redwood Trail:
Team Earthjustice enjoys the breathtaking views of the California coast.