Vol. 8 Nbr. 2, September 2001
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- Tragedy and hope.
- Protecting our ocean heritage.
- A beacon of hope for an ocean birthright: the once astounding numbers and diversity of marine creatures in the Gulf of Maine have been sadly diminished. One hope for restoring at least a semblance of what was is the creation of marine protected areas and reserves.
- Two masters of an ocean art: sustainable fishing n. Fishing that does no damage to marine environments or ecosystems, and helps maintain fish populations plentiful enough to support thriving fisheries.
- Clean water victory for lake Champlain has nationwide implications.
- Defending the coast and a bird-filled marsh: CLF in Maine is ...
- Yes to diverse waterfronts and commuter convenience, no to sprawl: CLF in Massachusetts is ...
- Saving wetlands, removing dams -- an ongoing theme: CLF in New Hampshire is ...
- Saving two bays and combatting lead poisoning: CLF in Rhode Island is ...
- For the people: town schools, affordable housing, no "Circ": CLF in Vermont is ...
- A new way to protect the environment: CLF ventures is ...
- A man "from away" makes a difference: Peter Shelley wasn't born in Maine, but even rock-ribbed natives acknowledge that his tireless advocacy is slowing the advance of sprawl, asphalt, and pollution in New England's most insular state.
- Boston's fish pier facing the crosscurrents of change: Boston's 86-year-old fish pier isn't what it was. In 1936, 339 million pounds of seafood were unloaded there; last year's figure was less than nine million. Elegant new buildings are edging in, but CLF sees a glorious future for the venerable pier; New England's fishing stocks are coming back.
- An Epitaph for Willie.
- CM's cover: the rest of the story".
- Tony Chatwin: scientist/editor/ boy explorer.
- Strictly voluntary our lady in Marblehead.
- Unexpected gifts from a far away wedding.
- The Ellie fund.