Welcome to the Northeast Florida Sierra Club!

The Sierra Club is a national organization dedicated to Enjoying, Exploring and Protecting the Planet.  We are the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States.

Our local Northeast Florida Group organizes and participates in outdoor adventures, environmental education, and local environmental activities. We also lobby our local and state government for pro-environmental policy and legislation. We have over 1,200 members in Duval, St. Johns, and northeast Clay Counties in Florida.

Programs:
In Jacksonville
, we meet on the second Monday of each month, 7 pm (6:30 for social time).
In Ponte Vedra Beach, we meet on the first Monday of each month, 6:00 pm. 

Outings:
We conduct hikes, kayak trips, and other outdoor activities several times each month.

Check the calendar below or check our Meetup site for program and outing details.

What's Happening

As deadline looms, Mayor's plan to meet state's deadline to reduce pollution faces growing criticism
By Christopher Hong, Florida Times-Union, Sunday, Mar 22, 2015 

Jacksonville’s plan to meet a looming deadline to clean up the St. Johns River faces growing criticism from City Council members and environmental advocates, who say the plan doesn’t put any money toward new projects that would help the city permanently hit future pollution-reduction goals required by the state.

 

Action Alerts

Hunting the Florida Black Bear - Prevent the Fish and Wildlife Commission from authorizing black bear hunting. See the Take Action section.

Amendment One - The Florida Legislature seeks your input on Amendment One. See the Take Action section.

Smart Energy - Now is a good time to contact your state representative about developing alternative energy sources. See the Take Action section.

Ban Fracking in Florida - Sign a petition to support SB 166. See the Take Action section.

Date Event More Information
Sat, 04/11/2015 Kayak Deep Creek
10:00 AM

7975 SR-207, Hastings, FL
Mon, 04/13/2015 Climate Change and Its Effects on Wildlife -- Carolyn Antman
7:00 PM

UNF University Center, 12000 Alumni Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32211
Sat, 04/18/2015 Bike the Palatka to St. Augustine State Trail
10:00 AM

3931-4015 State Road 207, Elkton, FL
Sat, 05/02/2015 John Muir Belated Birthday Hike in Guana
9:00 AM

505 Guana River Rd., Ponte Vedra, FL 32082
Mon, 05/11/2015 Crosby Sanctuary -- Pete Johnson
6:30 PM

2001 University Boulevard West, Jacksonville, FL
Sat, 05/16/2015 to Sun, 05/17/2015 Hiking, Biking and Kayaking Weekend Getaway on Jekyll Island, GA
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

1197 N Riverview Dr, Jekyll Island, GA
Mon, 06/08/2015 Cuba: Effects of Climate Change After the Embargo -- Amanda Hodges
6:30 PM

2001 University Boulevard West, Jacksonville, FL

Weekday Hike in Julington-Durbin Preserve

Hike Gold Head Branch State Park

Kayak Pottsburg Creek

Hike Cedar Point Preserve

Kayak Egan’s Creek at Fernandina Beach

Kayak Thomas Creek

Little Fish, Big Role: Protecting Florida's Forage Fish

Hike Cedar Point (National Park Service)

Hike Princess Place Preserve

Hike in Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

Hike in the Sawmill Slough Preserve

Kayak Pellicer Creek and Faver-Dykes State Park

Hike Hanna Park

Hike Little Talbot Island

Sierra Club Election Night Watch Party

Hike the Jacksonville Arboretum

13th Annual John Muir Family Walk, Yulee, FL

Hike the Trails of the Bayard Conservation Area (John P. Hall Nature Preserve)

Sierra Club Jacksonville Program -- Combined Jax and Ponte Vedra Holiday Celebration

Kayak Trout Creek

Hike Fort Clinch State Park

Ponte Vedra Beach Monthly Program -- Seismic Testing Off Our Northeast Florida Coast

Hike in Guana

Jacksonville Program -- Dredging & the Dolphins of St. Johns River

Ponte Vedra Beach Monthly Program -- Protecting the First Coast with a National Marine Sanctuary

Jacksonville Program -- Osceola National Forest

Kayak Durbin Creek

Hike Fort George Island Cultural State Park

Ponte Vedra Beach Monthly Program -- Cycling and Camping in Iceland

Hike Stokes Landing

Historic Walking Tour of St. Augustine

Gardening for Wildlife -- Jacksonville Garden Club

Sierra Club Outings Leader Information Session

Hike Ravine Gardens State Park

Explore Tree Hill Nature Center

Kayak Deep Creek

Climate Change and Its Effects on Wildlife -- Carolyn Antman

Bike the Palatka to St. Augustine State Trail

John Muir Belated Birthday Hike in Guana

Crosby Sanctuary -- Pete Johnson

Hiking, Biking and Kayaking Weekend Getaway on Jekyll Island, GA

Cuba: Effects of Climate Change After the Embargo -- Amanda Hodges