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Letters to Save the Pine Bush

Letters to Save the Pine Bush   Letters to Save the Pine Bush Here is a sampling of letters written to Save the Pine Bush and some responses written by Lynne Jackson: From: rngeorge@gw.dec.state.ny.us (Richard Georgeson) To: pinebush@aol.com To Lynne Jackson:   Lynne – In your history of Save the Pine Bush section of your Letters to Save the Pine Bush

Save the Pine Bush Raises Money

Save the Pine Bush Raises Money Save the Pine Bush Raises Money If you asked me what my least favorite activity is, I would say "fund-raising". Its no fun. But, we have discovered that our work to preserve the Pine Bush costs money. And because a lot of people believe as we do, we have Save the Pine Bush Raises Money

Save the Pine Bush Web Current Newsletter

February/March Newsletter – Download printable PDF version December Newsletter – Download printable PDF version October Newsletter – Download printable PDF version September Newsletter – Download printable PDF version February/March Newsletter – Download printable PDF version News Articles: Update on Land Conservation Struggles in Our Region, Feb/Mar 2021 Deconstruction Not Demolition, Feb/Mar 2021 Battling Hazardous Waste Save the Pine Bush Web Current Newsletter

Lew Oliver Recovering

Lew Oliver Recovering Lew Oliver Recovering By Daniel Van Riper This past February Save the Pine Bush’s intrepid lawyer, Lew Oliver, was robbed and shot in the leg by bandits while he was attempting to take a much-needed vacation on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts. Lew was attacked while walking through a forest preserve Lew Oliver Recovering

Save the Pine Bush

Summarized by Grace Nichols ALBANY: At the May Save the Pine Bush lasgana dinner at the First Presbyterian Church, NY State Wildlife Pathologist Ward Stone gave a talk summarizing our recent discoveries of pesticide use in the Pine Bush by both the City of Albany at the Rapp Road Landfill and Pine Bush Police and Save the Pine Bush

Save the Pine BushTurns 30

by Lynne Jackson ALBANY: Save the Pine Bush turned 30 and celebrated with a big party at the First Presbyterian Church. What was served? Lasagna, of course! Over 100 people attended the bash. “Looking Forward, Looking Back 30 Years of Advocacy for the Pine Bush.” The first order of business was the “Looking Forward” part. Save the Pine BushTurns 30