Bonnie Hill: Oregon Environmental Activist

Bonnie Hill describes how she became an environmental activist in the late 1970s—when she and other local residents of coastal Oregon noticed a connection between herbicide spraying and miscarriages—and chose to stay involved in the issue. Originally published as "Bonnie Hill: Environmental Hero" in the November/December1981 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.

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