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Lawsuit Launched over Fracking in the Wayne National Forest

For Immediate Release, January 26, 2017 Contact: Wendy Park, Center for Biological Diversity, (510) 844-7138, wpark@biologicaldiversity.org Nathan Johnson, Ohio Environmental Council, (614) 487-5841, NJohnson@theOEC.org Tabitha Tripp, Heartwood, (812) 307-4326, info@heartwood.org Loraine McCosker, Ohio Sierra Club, (740) 590-8474, loraine.mccosker@gmail.com Lawsuit Launched Over Fracking in Wayne National Forest   Feds Fail to Address Danger to Wildlife Habitat, Streams ATHENS, Ohio— Conservation groups today filed a notice of intent to sue the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over invalid and outdated Endangered Species Act approvals of oil and gas leasing plans for the Wayne
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27th Annual Forest Council “Strong Roots”

JOIN US at the 2017 Heartwood Forest Council “Strong Roots!” May 26th-May 29th, 2017 Dear Co-Sponsor and Heartwood Supporter, We’re in the early planning stages for the upcoming Strong Roots! Heartwood Forest Council. For this year’s Council, Heartwood returns to the Katuah bioregion in the mountains north of Asheville, NC, and we want you to be a part of the process! Join us to plan programming, entertainment, publicity, outreach, and food. About our Strong Roots! theme: For 27 years, Heartwood has grown strong roots in the eastern hardwood forest region, sprouting campaigns and digging resilience and interconnectedness among people protecting
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21st Annual Heartwood Reunion

Heartwood Reunion 21st Annual • 2016 YOU’RE INVITED! Please join Heartwood on October 7th-9th for our 21st Annual Heartwood Reunion!  The Heartwood Reunion is a chance for activists from across the Heartwood region to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones, through a weekend of great food, music, dancing, workshops, celebration, and action!  The 2016 Heartwood Reunion will take place at the Lazy Black Bear in Paoli, Indiana–a magical retreat at the end of a dead end road in the middle of the Hoosier National Forest.  The farmstead has been the host for many Permaculture and activist gatherings, and a center of earth-based
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