January 2005

“Great Old Broad” Rose Chilcoat

By BRO Admin | 01 Jan 05
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Rose Chilcoat doesn’t mind being called an old broad. She’s one of the outspoken leaders of the Great Old Broads for Wilderness—a national, grassroots nonprofit organization of mainly senior citizen women dedicated to protecting the roadless public lands of America.

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Are coyotes filling the wolf’s niche as one of the dominant predators of the Appalachians? -Elaine Early, Barnardsville, N.C.

By BRO Admin | 01 Jan 05
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Driving east on I-64 into Charlottesville early one morning, I glimpsed what looked like a medium-sized dog dart across the highway. Straight and fast and focused, it shot across four lanes of traffic, up the right hand embankment and away. It took me a few seconds to register what I’d seen. This was no confused and starving wild dog—this was a full-grown, healthy coyote.

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Sarah Harmer: "I’m a Mountain"

By BRO Admin | 01 Jan 05
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OK, so maybe she is a Canuck, but on her new release “I’m a Mountain,” angelic-voiced folkie Sarah Hammer has embraced her inner-Appalachia.

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