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  • Quentin Bass: Appalachian Tales with a Megaphone

    • PEER first encountered Quentin Bass, an archaeologist with the Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee, in 2003. He had uncovered Forest Service historical records showing from a century ago that the Southern Appalachian forests were once dominated by tall, old trees, some 300 years old or more, indicating a relatively stable ecosystem. This information counters the Forest Service's long-standing assertion that the forests require large-scale logging and prescribed burns to mimic natural conditions that generate an "early successional" forest. That meant... Read More » VIEW MORE VIDEOS »

CONFIDENTIALITY

All communications with PEER are strictly confidential.
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ANONYMOUS ACTIVISM

As a service organization assisting federal, state & local public employees, PEER allows public servants to work as “anonymous activists” so that agencies must confront the message, rather than the messenger.
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Your donation allows PEER to defend whistleblowers, enforce environmental laws, safeguard public lands, shelter wildlife and their habitats, combat political manipulation of science, and more pro bono.