North Star Journal

The North Star Journal is the printed newsletter of the North Star Chapter of the Sierra Club. Paper copies are mailed to all of our members twice a year.

Archive

Back issues of the journal are available as PDF documents. You can read them using Adobe’s Acrobat Reader. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader installed on your computer, you can download it for free from Adobe.

NOTE: Most of these pdf files are quite large, and may take a while to download, especially if you are on a dial-up connection.

North Star Journal - Spring/Summer 2011

Canadian Tar Sands Oil… ExCom Update… PolyMet Draft Alternative Summary Released… Power Shift 2011: Building the Green Army of the Future… 2011 Quetico/Boundary Waters Paddling Adventures… Forest and Wildlands Committee Update… OOO = OWLS Overnight Outing… Outings Schedule… CARE Committee Update… Interviewing Representative Betty McCollum… Healthy Legacy Works for Toxic-Free Kids in Minnesota… In Our Children’s Trust… 16th Annual bike tour


North Star Journal - Fall/Winter 2010

Tour de White Bear Lake: A Personal Perspective… Sulfide Mining Remains a Potential Threat for NE Minnesota… “November Earth Day”... Annual Solstice Party & Potluck… Responding to the BP Disaster: Reducing Minnesota’s Oil Dependence… Sierra Club Actions around the State… Sierra Club Endorsements for the 2010 Election… Minnesota Legislative Scorecard… Environmental Sustainability at Macalester College… Are you an Older, Wiser, Livelier Sierran? Get Involved!... Kawishiwi Demolition: The Pen and the Bulldozer


North Star Journal - Spring/Summer 2010

Growing the Green Jobs Movement… A Battle Won, But the Fight Continues… Join the Forest Monitors Network… Mississippi Headwaters: Protecting a National Resource… Time for Action to Stop the Carp Invasion… Nuclear: Part of Minnesota’s Energy Future?... Going for the Gold to Protect Our Waters… From Sierra Club Member to Volunteer… Winter Idyll… 15th Annual Bicycle Tour is September 19 - Mark Your Calendar!... Environmental Justice in the Green Economy



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