The Sierra Club is a non-profit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions--legislative, administrative, legal, and electoral. When you join the Sierra Club in Monmouth County, New Jersey, you automatically become a member of the Jersey Shore Group. Note that it is not necessary to be a member in order to make our acquaintance.
Shore Group Happenings: 
Whale Pond Cleanups: We continue our cleanups with a coalition with Monmouth University, all the towns in the Whale Pond Brook watershed, and the NJ Friends of Clearwater. Our long-range goal is to clean up the watershed and educate local residents about the detrimental effects of lawn fertilizers and storm water run-off, and the importance of integrated pest management. Help explore, enjoy and protect this beautiful watershed.  Our Sierra dynamo heading the clean-up of Whale Pond is Conservation Chair Faith Teitelbaum at
Help Needed for Other Cleanups: If you would like to participate in cleanups of our other local waterways, please contact another dynamo, Laura Bagwell at Laura focuses on the Red Bank area watersheds. In this effort, we work with the Navesink Swimming River Group which, since 2002, has removed more than 20 tons of debris from our local banks and streams. Alas, pollution never ends; we are in constant need of volunteers.

Come to our Next Meeting

June 22 – at 6:00 pm — Saving Stranded Marine Mammals
Sara Miele, education coordinator for the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, will discuss the center’s work for the past 36 years of saving stranded whales, dolphins, seals and sea turtles  at 6 pm, June 22 at Brookdale Community College (BCC), Lincroft. The meeting, open to the public, includes members of the BCC Environmental Club, other students, and members of the Jersey Shore (Monmouth) Sierra Group.  More Information.
Date Event More Information
Mon, 06/22/2015 Saving Stranded Marine Mammals
6:00 PM

Brookdale Community College, Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights Room, 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738, USA

Political and Economic Aspects of Environmental Regulations

Mapping Surface and Deep-Water Ocean Currents

Annual Summer Pot-luck Picnic

Sea Level Rise and Land Subsidence on NJ Coast

Ship Wrecks off the NJ Coast

CANCELLED Health of the Oceans - Science Monday

The Future of Monmouth County's Open Space

Yes, You Can! Exploring the Power of One Committed Person

Dinos Soar in New Jersey - Still

Is NJ Running Out of Water?

Saving Stranded Marine Mammals