A True Potato Seed, an Alternative Camp for Low-Income Families, Appalachia-Science in the Public Interest, and More

MOTHER EARTH NEWS celebrates activists, scientists, and ordinary folks working to make the world a better place for people, animals, and the environment.



Stanley Peloquin
Stanley Peloquin holds a jar of his potato seeds, two ounces of which can sow an acre of field—the same area that takes 2,000 pounds of tubers to sow. 
PHOTO: EDWIN STEIN
Al Fritsch
Father Al Fritsch, a Jesuit priest, founded the Appalachian Science in the Public Interest assocation to monitor environmental hazards.
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