From the Niobrara River in Nebraska to the Columbia River Estuary in Washington and Oregon, there are American wildlands in need of protection. Find out where the Sierra Club is focusing its efforts, and see what you can do to help.
As part of the Wild America campaign, we've targeted wild places
that need protection. Choose a place and learn how you can flex
your activist muscle and do something to help.
Populations of many of the animals observed by Lewis and Clark have
greatly diminished, and some plant and animal species have gone
extinct, or are on the brink of it. Find out what Lewis and Clark
observed about the following plants and animals -- and what's left
A study team spent hundreds of hours and covered hundreds of miles
searching for evidence of off-road vehicle abuse in Montana's Gallatin
National Forest. What did they find? Check out their investigative
Join the Sierra Club in commemorating the
200th anniversary of Lewis and Clark's expedition.
For more information about the Sierra Club's Lewis and Clark campaign or to find out how you can help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo: Missouri River, courtesy Wayne Mumford.