Newspapers and Journals
- On the Wild Side A Journal of
American Wildlands - a national
conservation organization which promotes ecologically sustainable uses
of public wildland resources, including forests, wilderness, wildlife
and fisheries, and rivers, principally in the Interior West. American
Wildlands 40 E. Main St. #2 Bozeman MT 59715
- Wild Forest Review - A lively
open forum with articles from a wide spectrum of opinions. In depth stories
on politics at all levels, deep analyses of the forest protection movement.
Specializes in forest economics and current events. Back issues available.
620 Dimick, Oregon City, OR 97405, 503-234-0093
- Green Mountain Forest Watch
- edited by Mat Jacobson. A "journal of eco-ecstasy, rage and action"
this publication illuminates the issues facing the many Appalachian bioregions,
offering solutions based on the Preserve Appalachian Wilderness Plan.
48 Elliot St. Brattleboro, VT 0530, 802-257-4878
- PAWNET NEWS: 57 - Choate
St., Newark, DE 19711, 302-368-3736
- National Geographic Articles:
"Will We Save Our Own?" September 1990, one of the most damning
indictments of the Forest Service ever published in a popular magazine.
Also, "Timber: How Much Is Enough?" April, 1974. National Geographic
- Forest Voice - An intense
collection of clearcut photos, coupled with strong educational writing
make this paper one of the most compelling educational and motivational
items on this list. Call or write and ask for free copies of this excellent
paper for all of your groupís members. Native Forest Council, PO Box 2171,
Eugene, OR 97402, 503-688-2600. Tim Hermach, Editor.
- Inner Voice - Courageous
Forest Service workers document the truth about the mismanagement and
environmental decline of our National Forests. Association of Forest Service
Employees for Environmental Ethics, PO Box 11615, Eugene, OR 97488, 503-484-2692.
- High Country News - PO Box
1090, Paonia, CO 81428, 303-527-4898. Source for news in the Western US.
Very good coverage.
- Northern Forest Forum -
PO Box 52, Groveton, NH 03582, 603-636-2952, Editor and long time activist
Jamie Sayen provides the stark reality of the North Woods and private
(mostly corporate owned) forests (and giant clearcuts).