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Liz Judge
Director of Media Relations
Tel: 415-217-2007

Jared Saylor
Campaign Director
Tel: 202-667-4500, x5213

Terry Winckler
Managing Editor
Tel: 415-217-2016

Kari Birdseye.

Kari Birdseye
National Press Secretary
Tel: 415-217-2098

Maggie Caldwell

Maggie Caldwell
Press Secretary
Tel: 415-217-2084

Jessica Hodge
Campaign Manager
Tel: 202-667-4500, ext. 5201

Keith Rushing
Campaign Press Secretary
Tel: 202-667-4500, ext. 5236

Brian Smith
Campaign Manager
Tel: 415-217-2014

Kathleen Sutcliffe
Campaign Manager
Tel: 212-845-7380

Debra Mayfield
Community Partnerships Manager
Tel: 202-797-5222

September 24, 2002
Environmental impacts not fully addressed
September 23, 2002
BLM and conservation groups reach settlement on seismic survey of the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.
September 20, 2002
Use of dangerous pesticide on food crops will be reduced.
September 18, 2002
Clean Water Act provides for civil penalties of up to $27,500 a day
September 16, 2002
Mine permit appealed because Alaska could be left with millions in clean up costs
September 9, 2002
An analysis of the White House's "wildfire" bill to weaken environmental protection and public rights in federal land management decisions
September 5, 2002
EPA delay violates Clean Air Act
September 5, 2002
Response to Senate Committee's Rejection of Lifetime Federal Appeals Court Nominee Priscilla Owen
September 5, 2002
Plan calls for suspension of all meaningful environmental checks and balances
August 30, 2002
Off Road Vehicle Damage Must Be Addressed in Wilderness Quality Areas
August 29, 2002
Case called a "Preview of the Free Trade of the Americas"
August 27, 2002
Environmental groups challenge legislative attempts to limit species protection
August 21, 2002
Medical, Community, Environmental Groups Seek to Defend EPA Rule