The Quincy Library Group and Collaborative Planning within the U.S. National Forests, Charles Davis M. Dawn King. (May 2000)

  A Town Buries the Axe: Fistfights, gunshots, vandalism — greens and loggers couldn’t agree until the Quincy Library Group got them talking, Smithsonian Magazine (July 1999)

 Passage of the Quincy Library Group bill is good for California’s forests and rural communities alike (October 21, 1998)

 Collaborative Decision Making: The Quincy Library Group Case Study, Institute for Environment and Natural Resources

 Forest plan shows limits of cooperative approach, October 13, 1998, Louis Jacobson

 The New Conservationists (Randal O'toole, Thoreau Institute)

  Range Issues

 A CLEAR View, November 20, 1997, Volume 4 Number 15

  Quincy Library Group A Scam For Big Timber Dominance, Klamath Forest Alliance

  Sierra Nevada Forest Protection Campaign Flyers

  The Quincy Library Group: So-Called "Consensus" Forest Plan Lacks Consensus, Violates Rights by David Ridenour

  Newspaper Coverage of the QLG

  Building Bridges: The Quincy Library Group, June 14, 1996

  Democracy In the Woods: Stewards of a Watershed Build Trust; Yes! A Journal of Positive Futures; Arlene Hetherington and Lou Piotrowski

  Plumas County's Economic Plight Inspires Truce; Sierra Stream Restoration Project Gets Results, California Biodiversity Council, Winter 1994 - Vol.1 No.3

 Sierra Club-- EcoWatch, Volume 2 #4, (April 9, 1996) Intense Opposition Foils Barkley Timber Sale in Key Salmon Watershed

 Headwaters-- Feature Story: Fuelbreaks Avoid the Real Problem Of Reducing Fuels (June 1997)

  Sierra Nevada Forest Protection Campaign

 Vote Action Committee New York Times Ad Campaign (September 24, 1997)

  Vote Action Committee New York Times Ad Campaign (February 13, 1998)

 High Country News -- Everyone helps a California forest - except the Forest Service, (May 13, 1996)

High Country News -- Letters, (July 22, 1996)

 High Country News -- National groups object to grassroots power in D.C. (March 31, 1997)

 High Country News -- Forest plan powers through Congress (August 4, 1997)

 High Country News -- The timber wars evolve into a divisive attempt at peace, (September 29, 1997)

QLG Member Mike Yost's Letter to the High Country News Editor (November 24, 1997)

High Country News -- Letters, (November 10, 1997 )

 Sierra Club Action #135 (July 22, 1997)
     The Quincy Library Bill Means More Logging In Your National Forests
     SF Chronicle Editorial Asks "Who Should Determine the Fate of a Forest?"

 Cooptation or constructive engagement?: Quincy Library Group's effort to bring together loggers
       and environmentalists under fire. By Patrick Mazza (August 9, 1997)

  Partnerships, Roundtables And Quincy-Type Groups Are Bad Ideas That Cannot Resolve
      Environmental Conflicts. Jim Britell (August 1997)

 Headwaters-- DC Updates (September 1997)

  A Critical Look At Myth Of The "Win-Win" Process (September 15, 1997)

 Audubon position on S. 1028 (September 20, 1997)

 The Lorax Lives in Loyalton. By Jason Christian. (October 1997)