The Maine Woods
A Publication of the Forest Ecology
Volume Five Number One
Ecology Network News
In spite of a three million dollar disinformation
campaign, the Vote Yes on 2 campaign received 175,000 votes.
Since they couldn't kill the message, the paper corporations'
campaign tried to kill the messenger.
FEN director Jonathan Carter and The Maine Woods
editor Paul Donahue watch over the FEN table at the Common Ground
Fair in September. Photo by Teresa Wood.
FEN director Jonathan Carter interviewed by the press
at the Eastland Hotel in Portland after the polls closed on election
night. Photo by Teresa Wood.
Former FEN president Steve Swift speaking at "Yes
on 2" press conference in Portland in late October. Photo
by Teresa Wood.
FEN director Jonathan Carter and 1st District Congressperson
Tom Allen speak at global warming rally in Portland in November.
FEN director Jonathan Carter receiving 2000 Restoration
Leadership Award from RESTORE: The North Woods.
In mid February FEN participated in the rally
outside of the Maine Supreme Court in Portland
to show support for the Penobscot Nation and the Passamaquoddy Tribe
in their legal battle over their sovereignty with three paper companies.
photo Associated Press.
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