Alabama Sierra Club’s 3000 members have helped fight for clean water, for Forever Wild and to make Alabama a cleaner, safer place for all of us. And we hike, and bike and bird-watch. Join us to help clean up Alabama and to get outside and enjoy nature.
Comments from the Chair, Robert W. Hastings:
I recently attended the 17th Annual Alabama Water Rally, the annual conference of the Alabama Rivers Alliance, of which the Alabama Sierra Club was a sponsor. Our meeting site at Lake Guntersville State Park was especially scenic with several inches of snow on the ground.
YOU CAN HELP PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE FUTURE OF ALABAMA.
The assaults on Alabama’s environment seem to be without end. The priorities of the Alabama Chapter of the Sierra Club focus on protecting our drinking water and waterways, advocating for lands that provide opportunities for wildlife habitat and recreation, making the public aware of the environmental issues of our state, and encouraging more of you to enjoy being outdoors.
Comments from the Chair, Robert W. Hastings
As we begin a new year, we welcome a new member to our Sierra Club Chapter Executive Committee. Charles Yeager, manager of the Turkey Creek Nature Preserve, has been elected, and should make an excellent addition to our leader list. Carol Adams-Davis, Jonathan Meeks, and Ken Hyche have been re-elected as at-large membes of our Executive Committee. David Norwood has chosen to resign from the ExCom for personal reasons, and will be missed.