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The Jersey Sierran

The Jersey Sierran, the quarterly publication of the New Jersey Chapter, is now available online in pdf format.
To read pdf format, you may need to install the freeAcrobat Reader . Get Acrobat Reader

Contents of Current Issue: January-March 2003

Previous issues
2002 Election Wrapup Page 1
Book: Consumption Choices that matter most Page 1
Political Analysis on Appreciation Day Page 1
Among Environmentalists Page 2
Report from San Francisco Page 2
Population Issues Report Page 2
Our Longest-serving Member Page 2
Editorial: American Issues Page 3
Chair's Message: Accomplishments Page 3
New Office needs Furniture Page 3
New Pinelands Commissioners Page 4
Meadowlands' Empire Tract Page 4
Fall in the Hamilton-Trenton Marsh Page 4
Eye on Washington Page 6
Eye on President Bush Page 6
Eye on Gov. McGreeveyPage 6
Our Largest BequestPage 7
Book Review: Swimming LessonsPage 7
Portfolio: Appreciation DayPage 8
Sierra Student CoalitionPage 9
Transportation Issues ReportPage 9
Group NewsPage 10, Page 11,Page 12, Page 13
Hunters and Anglers Page 13
Winter and Spring OutingsPage 14, Page 15,Page 16 (or in html)
Leader List Page 16
More Election Analysis Page 16
Membership Form Page 13 or Join online now
Full issue (about 1100Kbytes)

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