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Are you looking for a career in development, fundraising, event planning, public relations, or social media coordination? The Sierra Club’s Lone Star Chapter has an exciting position for a volunteer or intern in our downtown Austin office to play a big role with a special fundraising event.
Pierce County's Tatoosh group takes on invasive plantsBy Brett Johnson
Time: 5:00-8:00 p.m. Begin at Spin Pizza--ground floor of Crown Center 2450 Grand Blvd., KC, MO Click on the streetcar image to see details about this outing!
Attached is the consent form for Outings..pdf document
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Award-winning photographer Ian Shive discusses his new book, The National Parks: An American Legacy. Investigative journalist Andrew Nikiforuk tells the story of activist Jessica Ernst in Slick Water: Fracking and One Insider's Stand Against the World's Most Powerful Industry.
10 Reasons to thank you for an amazing year; 2016 Alabama Sierra Club ballots on the way; Keep Dirty Fuels in the ground; Tell President Obama to protect our coasts from drilling; How to submit stories for the newsletter; Outings and Events around Alabama.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Tips to give everyone some much-needed breathing room and get outdoors this holiday season.
San Francisco, CA — El Sierra Club lanzó hoy su calendario de 2016, el cual presenta una introducción de la héroe laboral y medioambiental Dolores Huerta, una de los líderes más emblemáticos de la comunidad hispana. Huerta defiende apasionadamente la protección de los entornos y paisajes para futuras generaciones, como el Monumento Nacional a César Chávez y otros lugares especialmente significativos para la comunidad hispana. 
We have partnered with Travis Audubon to host a special evening, December 17 in downtown Austin, with modern-day adventurer Dorian Anderson, who in 2014 completed a year long, cross-country Biking for Birds journey.
The Sierra Club North Star Chapter invites you to visit with us at our Midwest Mountaineering Outdoor Adventure Expo booth this Friday- Sunday, November 20 - 22!
Leading the Way Menlo Park Reduces Herbicide & Pesticide Use - poisons banned on city property Menlo Park is taking an innovative approach to reducing the use of herbicides and pesticides in parks and on city property. It’s also banning rodent poisons and conducting a study of herbicide- and pesticide-free management of four parks in 2016.
2016 Essay Contest Climate Superheroes Saving Planet Earth
The primary environmental goal tasked to Cool Cities Teams is to get cities to implement meaningful climate change solutions.
Welcome to NJ Sierra Club's High School resource page! If you're a high school student or environmental club, this is the place to come for information on Earth-friendly projects ....[add whatever text you want]thing #1thing #2...For more information on environmental issues or projects you might be interested in, check out these resources:link #1 -- descriptionlink #2 -- description...
In 2015, the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved over $173 million in financial assistance for conservation projects from the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas (SWIFT) program.* In the first year, we anticipate the sponsoring entities of those projects will save more than $5.7 million by utilizing the SWIFT program’s cost-effective financing. On December 1, 2015, the application period for the second round of the SWIFT program funding will open. Entities will have until...
More than a year after voters passed a water bond that included $2.7 billion for storage projects, the state agency assigned to set the rules for distributing the storage money has given us hope.
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2013 Political Endorsements  For endorsement details, click the name of the candidate or ballot measure.StatePositionNameAll districtsInitiative: Vote YESYes on Initiative 522
As PolyMet's proposed copper-nickel sulfide mine continues to push its way through the environmental review process, more environmental issues are being brought to light. Due to the threat of PolyMet's proposed copper-nickel sulfide mine, American Rivers listed the St. Louis River as one of the top 10 Endangered Rivers in the U.S. in April. The mine pit and processing plant would be located upon the headwaters of the St. Louis River watershed, which empties into Lake Superior at its estuary...
There are a variety of ways to contribute to the Chapter.  Let us know what you would like to do, your interests and the skills/abilities you would like to utilize with us.  We run on volunteer power and welcome your contribution.  Call or email us at: Rocky.Mountain.Chapter@Sierraclub.org or call us at: 
2016 Essay Contest Climate Superheroes Saving Planet Earth
As you all know, on Monday night a group of white supremacist terrorists opened fire on Black Lives Matter protesters who were peacefully demonstrating in North Minneapolis, wounding five unarmed civilians.
Chapter Staff:  James Eggers, Chapter Director, james.eggers@sierraclub.org 650.390.9604
Cookville WetlandsSite PlanSierra Club Comments on NRS 14.305 Anti-Degredation Determination
2010 Political Endorsements  For endorsement details, click the name of the candidate or ballot measure.NationalPositionNameAll WA districtsU.S.
Please consider these easy ways that you can send "free money" to support the important work of your Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter.When shopping during this holiday season remember that every time you make a purchase using 
Companies across the United States encourage their employees to give back to our communities through matching gifts programs.