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In this issue:
President’s report — Tom Hammond
N3C raises questions about Excelsior Mine — Dave Fluharty
“Donut Hole” logging threatens B.C. Cascades — Rick McGuire
‘No New Jets, No New Flights’ campaign kickoff
N3C brochure inside this issue
Lake Serene trail preserved
Planning begins for Middle Fork Snoqualmie and Pratt Wild and Scenic Rivers
DNR presents marbled murrelet recovery plan
N3C reaches out anew to NCI — Phil Fenner
Last two miles of Baker Lake Road may be decommissioned — Ed Henderson
Two celebrations mark NOCA 50th Anniversary
2018 Glacier Report: Lower Curtis Glacier likely to disappear in 30 years — Tom Hammond
Climate change impacts
It’s time to speak up about preserving Washington state’s pristine areas and the protections that keep them that way — Op-ed by Craig Romano, Seattle Times, October 5, 2018
Return to Lucky Son — Rick McGuire
Improvements planned for Morning Star Natural Resources Conservation Area
We axed the axes!
The Wild Cascades is the premier journal of the North Cascades, featuring its people, places and politics – lively and unafraid to challenge the status quo. Published three times a year, it shares its name with the book The Wild Cascades: Forgotten Parkland, a Sierra Club Exhibit Format book by NCCC leader Harvey Manning, published in 1964, that was instrumental in the creation of North Cascades National Park. We carry on the vigilant effort to defend the North Cascades, and invite you to read issues of our journal online in PDF format – just click on the current issue cover above to open it! Want to receive your own copy of each current issue of TWC as soon as it’s published? If you’re not already a member, join NCCC! – a subscription is included with your membership dues. (Online issues appear several weeks after members receive their copies.) You can write to our editor at: email@example.com We welcome submissions!
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VISIT OUR BACK ISSUES PAGE!
In celebration of our 60th year, we’ve digitized many back issues! Click HERE to view PDF back issues of our journal online. Back issues are hosted by NPShistory.com and include many dating back to our founding.
The Wild Cascades journal began in 1961, following NCCC News which began publication with NCCC’s founding in 1957. A quick history of TWC is in our Spring 2011 issue starting on p. 12.
Also, we’ve scanned articles Joe Miller wrote for early issues of TWC under the pen name ‘The Kaopectate Kid’ from 1969–1979, and they’re available in a special collection on our From The Archives page. Joe’s story of the restoration of Cascade Pass from the October 1991 issue is here