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Naturally Aware

...strategy to exit the pulp market in Alaska. "The Tongass Conservation Society has been diabolized in this town," said Carol Cairnes, a Ketchikan activist who posed for the calendar last Saturday. "I hope this will lighten people up ... that it...
Photo: Speaking out on a bridge in Ketchikan

Carol Cairnes, left, and Mike Sallee hold "Vote Yes" signs Monday on a Ketchikan street corner, where supporters and opponents posted their...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...experts Jim Asper, Bridget Smith, and Brenna Asper; Cheryl Eldemar for the great Hollywood decorations; Diane Sly, Carol Cairnes and David DePew for their organization skills; Leigh Euler, Roblyn Gray Davis, and the following JAHC board members...
Clinging to old ways

...wildlife," while the governor hands out pink slips to the people with the expertise to enforce those standards and turns the care of those "chickens" over to the "foxes" in the Department of Natural Resources. Carol Cairnes Ketchikan
Groups sue over timber sale in Tongass

...heavily logged, the groups said, and wildlife need the old-growth buffers that remain for shelter and safe travel. Carol Cairnes, president of the Tongass Conservation Society, said she explored the groves last fall. "Without this old-growth...
My turn: Alaskans need to recognize the costs of Tongass biofuel

...are curtailed. TCS hopes that editorial boards everywhere will scrutinize these issues more thoroughly in considering timber industry initiatives proposed for the Tongass. Carol Cairnes is president of the Tongass Conservation Society.
Trio of one-act plays reflect their characters' vision

...Bundy said. ``There's a lot of reflecting on his career, Bush-piloting in the pioneer days of aviation.'' Carol Cairnes will direct ``The Flyer,'' which is set in the early 1970s. Denny, a Juneau writer and actress, wrote ``The...
Work starts on 360-acre Tongass timber sale near Ketchikan

...completed for all sections except Orion North, said Tongass National Forest Supervisor Forrest Cole. Society President Carol Cairnes said Orion North is one of the last roadless parts of an area hard-hit by clear-cutting. "It's an area people...
Wood chip-heating solution is not backed by science

...effort also would preclude or delay the use of energy sources that are in fact clean, renewable and carbon neutral. Carol Cairnes is president is Tongass Conservation Society. Write to her at P. O. Box 23377, Ketchikan, AK, 99901.
Quit trying to catch up to '50s model

...but we have to make a course change to do that. A total overhaul of the transportation systems in Alaska can begin with something that I promise you will be met with a positive reaction from us Southeast residents. Carol Cairnes Ketchikan


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