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Liz Judge
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Tel: 415-217-2007

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October 23, 2003
1950's Style Tongass National Forest Contracts Give Timber Industry Option to Speculate in Alaska
July 16, 2003
Conservationists favor more stringent air pollution standards
July 15, 2003
Court,administration move to reopen protected lands to development
July 10, 2003
Sen. Stevens proposes measure threatening largest reserve of old growth forests
June 11, 2003
Nation's two biggest national forests to lose protections
April 2, 2003
Six years of working to bring balance to the Alaska marine environment pays off
March 31, 2003
Six years of working to bring balance to the Alaska marine environment pays off
March 12, 2003
Cumulative impacts largely unknown
January 17, 2003
Rich biological area in the crosshairs
December 19, 2002
Federal government ordered to better manage, protect ocean resources
September 16, 2002
Mine permit appealed because Alaska could be left with millions in clean up costs
September 5, 2002
Plan calls for suspension of all meaningful environmental checks and balances
June 5, 2002
In support of National Forest Roadless Area Conservation Act
May 16, 2002
Forest Service passes on chance to protect Tongass roadless areas for future generations.
April 30, 2002
Logging in sections of the Tongass put on hold for consideration as wilderness.