Seasons Fall 2003 Table of Contents

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DEPARTMENTS
5 |  This Issue Paper Grows on Trees
Why can’t Seasons be printed on FSC-certified stock? By Victoria Foote

7 |  Letters
Support your local outfitter

8 | Earthwatch
Invasion of the emerald ash borer; dogwood blight; pesticides in our water; Don River revival

15 | The Seasoned Pro  QUEEN OF THE ESCARPMENT 
CONE founder Lyn MacMillan reflects a lifetime of environmental activism By Linda Pim

38 | Field Trip MOSS
The beauty is in the details By Michael Simpson

41 | Day One  ARE YOU A NATURE FREAK?
Hitting the road with FON’s canvassers By Bruce Gillespie

44 | FON Report
Special honours to escarpment pioneer Len Gertler; FON establishes a new foundation

46 | Endpoint
Is the Migratory Birds Convention Act worth the paper it’s written on? By John Good

FEATURES
18 | Taking Stock
World Wildlife Fund Canada audits the national conservation scene. Plus: what we can do to protect some of our fragile ecosystems By Gregory Beck

22 | Click!
Winners of Seasons’ 2003 nature photo contest

26 | The Wind Option
Generating electricity is the number one cause of air pollution in North America. The solution is all around us By Sharon Oosthoek

34 | Bird on a (Live) Wire
Millions of birds are electrocuted each year along power lines By Moira Farr

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