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Monday, November 21, 2011

Membership has its benefits

The latest issue of The Wild Cascades is in print and has arrived at the homes of most members by now. You won't be able to see it online for a few more weeks, so we once again urge you to join N3C to be among the first to get your copy 3 times a year. To join, visit: http://www.northcascades.org/signup.html !

In this issue

Wild Sky “Trail Plan” 
  Rick McGuire
DNR plans new trails in Middle Fork and I-90 
   Rick McGuire
Homeland Security trumps environmental integrity
   John S. Edwards
Okanogan PUD abandons plan for Shankers Bend Dam
   Rick McGuire
North Cascade glacier climate project
  
Tom Hammond
American Alps Legacy Proposal released to public September 30
  
Jim Davis
American Alps Legacy Proposal: What and why
  
Phil Zalesky
Granite Falls motocross project still alive
  
Bruce Barnbaum
A Pilgrimage to Image Lake via Holden, and a tale of two mines
  
Phil Fenner
NCCC, Sierra Club comment on Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Plan  
  — Karl Forsgaard
Roadless Rule upheld—huge win for conservation 
  — Tom Hammond



The North Cascades Conservation Council (NCCC) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization formed to protect and preserve the North Cascades' scenic, scientific, recreational, educational, and wilderness values.
NCCC has a 50 year history of aggressively promoting National Parks and Wilderness, protecting old growth forests and pristine watersheds, conserving endangered wildlife, preventing off-road vehicle damage to public lands, and guiding Park and Wilderness management.


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