Pine Bush Volunteers Do Good Deeds
Least anyone think that members of Save the Pine Bush are just a bunch of degenerate leftists bent on stopping progress, I felt the need to include the fact that we really are well-rounded human beings who happen to care deeply about pine trees and ecosystems. (Personally, I have worked full-time in the field of public health for 17 years) Ed.
Rezsin Adams Receives Award
Rezsin Adams received the Second Annual Victor A. Lord Courage of Convictions Award, given by Equinox, on October 22, 1990.
Pine Bush Volunteer Wins Fellowship
Save the Pine Bush is pleased to announce that Jerry Mueller has won the Barry Goldwater Fellowship in Environmental Studies, an national award that will help pay for two more years of undergraduate study.
Jerry is studying the importance of fire management in the Pine Bush. Additionally, he plans to study the requirement of people to have wilderness near them. Jerry isn't sure what he will choose as a career. "I might go into politics, who knows exactly. Whatever it takes to get people to get back in touch with the land around here."