Welcome to the Website of the Nebraska Chapter of the Sierra Club and Its Missouri Valley (MoValley) Group.
You’re here because, like 1.4 million of your friends and neighbors, you want:
- a safe and healthy community in which to live
- an enduring legacy for America’s wild places
- smart energy solutions to combat global warming
Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself. We are the largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States.
To Join us as we work together to preserve our planet for future generations.
Our next meeting is Monday, June 8 at 7:00 pm at Mike’s law offices, SE corner of 36th & Dewey.
There will be a Conservation Committee meeting at 6:00 pm same date, same location.
Poll Results on Fracking Waste Disposal
The Nebraska Sierra Club announced the release of the Nebraska Poll’s findings regarding the attitudes of Nebraskans toward fracking waste disposal. “We are not surprised that the overwhelming majority of Nebraskans strongly oppose our state being used as a dumping ground for toxic out of state fracking waste,” said Ken Winston, Nebraska Sierra Club policy advocate. “The fact these are the findings of the Nebraska Poll is significant, since it is one of the oldest and most respected polls of the state, renowned for its reliability and credibility.”
The topline findings of the poll can be found under the Issues Tab in Fracking
Prairie Walk on 25 June 2015 at Stolley Prairie
Please join us for a summer's evening prairie walk at Stolley Prairie with Dr. Dave Sutherland, Emeritus Professor-UNO.
WHEN: Thursday 25 June at 7PM.
WHERE: Stolley Prairie is a native remnant with surrounding prairie restoration acreage. It is located between Dodge and Blondo Streets east of 168th Street in Omaha, NE. Dave Sutherland will lead the walk, describing the native flora and the history of the prairie. We will meet in the Barrington Park subdivision east of Stolley at 163rd & California Streets due to construction at 168th and Dodge and the lack of parking along 168th Street adjacent to the prairie. See map in calendar below. Please remember summer evenings can be warm and humid, so bring water and sunscreen! The vegetation will be tall and dense, thus long pants are encouraged!
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