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Create your own gravestone rubbing and participate in a tradition that has occured for thousands of years.
In 1979 the magazine was preparing several educational vacations, including a South America tour, tour of the USSR, and a Kenya safari.
Pieces on kitchen medicine and homemade newspaper logs were among the stories originally presented in MOTHER EARTH NEWS that newspapers around the U.S. picked up as syndicated features.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS celebrates activists, scientists, and ordinary folks working to make the world a better place for people, animals, and the environment. Originally published as "Profiles" in the July/August 1983 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.
A report on a long-running battle over the proposed Hells Canyon Dam and pending legislation to protect Death Valley from mining are among the environmental news items excerpted from the Friends of the Earth newsletter.
This installment of a regular energy news feature includes stories about a congressional report on solar energy development, rising uranium prices, and a plan to generate energy from garbage.
The last laugh column shares MOTHER EARTH NEWS Plumtree boys and reader submitted regional American humor with other MOTHER readers. This issue the Plumbtree boys hear a story about a missing picnic bottle opener.