May/June 2008 SIERRA Reader Survey

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May/June 2008
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May/June 2007
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8. How would you rate the May/June 2008 issue?
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9. Please rate the May/June 2008 article "Savoring Wild Salmon" by Daniel Duane (paddling and fishing in the healthy waters of southeast Alaska, where paradise is regained):
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10. Please rate the May/June 2008 article "Are We There Yet?" by Joe Robinson (for more and more Americans, the family vacation will never arrive--preventing many parents and kids from experiencing the natural world):
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11. Please rate the May/June 2008 article "Drawing Conclusions" edited by Carol Fryday (a look at the changing views of climate change through cartoons):
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12. Please rate the May/June 2008 article "No Do-Overs" by Steve Hawk (Want to become a whitewater river photographer? Step one: learn how to paddle):
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13. Please rate the May/June 2008 article "The Tortoise and the Hare" by Joan Hamilton (in this updated Aesop's fable, the desert tortoise and the pika are racing against rising temperatures and threatened habitats):
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14. Please circle the number that best describes your level of interest in different types of SIERRA content:
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"Letters" (Our readers weigh in)
"Editor's Note" (Observations by Editor in Chief Bob Sipchen)
"Ways & Means" (Commentary by Sierra Club executive director Carl Pope)
"One Small Step" (A bright idea from an inspiring person)
"Lay of the Land" (Environmental news and analysis)
"Good Going" (A brief exploration of a wild destination)
"The Green Life" (Trends, products, and tips for ecofriendly living)
"Comfort Zone" (A green building featuring planet-friendly design)
"Mixed Media" (Interviews with journalists and reviews of books, films, and Web sites)
"Sierra Club Bulletin" (About the Sierra Club and its members)
"Grassroots" (Sierra Club activism at the local level)
"Last Words" (A photograph and commentary)
"Sierra Club Outings" (Listings of Sierra Club trips)
15. What do you find most interesting about SIERRA?
16. Least interesting?
17. What topics would you like to see covered more often?
18. Less often?
19. How would you suggest improving SIERRA?
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