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 - August, 2008

Don’t miss Tour de Chaska… The Legacy of the Clean Water Act Is in Jeopardy… North Star Chapter Turns 40!... The Future of Minnesota’s Trails… The Green Review… Racial Justice and the Environment… What Is the Fen and Why Should We Save It?... Outings Leader Training Workshop… Green Teen… A Rare Opportunity… Public Lands Day – Resilient Habitats… Blue Green Alliance Update: Green Job for America Campaign… Connecting Communities — The Future of Passenger Rail…


North Star Journal - May, 2008

What’s Hot in Solar Thermal Technology… Climbing Katahdin… Margaret Levin Appointed Interim State Director… Taking the Inner City Out — A Decade of Dueling Nature Deficit Disorder… CARE Committee Legislative Wrap-up/Look-ahead… A Great Way to Stimulate Minnesota’s Environment… Maybe It Is Easy Being Green… Greening Dakota County: Land Use Planning for a More Sustainable Future… 10 Reasons to Say No to Big Stone II… Take the Energy Challenge!... New Direction for Chapter State Director… 2007 at Bass Ponds: A Look Back… What Is the Sierra Club’s Population Policy?... Blue/Green Jobs…


North Star Journal - February, 2008

Minnesota is Moving on Clean Car Standards… Whom should we ask to “Explore, enjoy, and protect the planet?”... Youth Population Activist Wins Sierra Club 2007 National Award… Wetland
Losses (& Gains)... Green Teen… A Dream Continues… 2007 Congressional Population Report Card – MN Reps and Senators… Volunteer Profile: Richard Fish A Man of Many Hats… Be Like A Duck… 2007 Solstice Celebration… Minnesotans Care about Utah Wilderness



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