The South Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club was founded in 1978 and is the largest grassroots conservation organization in the state. We believe that the survival of South Carolina’s cultural heritage is intricately weaved into the land. As a conservation group that is committed to the mission to “Explore, Enjoy, and Protect” South Carolina, we work to protect our communities by advocating for our rivers, our lands, clean air and showing people the beautiful places that make our state a great place to live. Our conservation priorities are listed above under the “Issues” link. Take time to explore the work we’re doing and how we’re protecting South Carolina’s ecological treasures. And make sure you follow link “Get Outdoors” and sign up for one of our many outings across the state.


Date Event More Information
Thu, 06/04/2015 Join us for a viewing of the award winning film Watermark
7:00 PM to 8:45 PM

284 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29425, USA


May 4 (re-scheduled from April 6) Rimini Swamp canoe/kayak trip

May 17 Canoe/kayak trip on the Little Pee Dee River. 

JUN 07 Edisto Beach State Park Hiking, Picnic, and Beach Outing

A Morning of Birding at Caw Caw With Master Naturalist Kristina Wheeler


Kayak Trip to Bull Island

Hamlin Sound kayak exploring

Kayak Trip to Deveaux Bank

Huntington Beach State Park, Car Camping

Graveyard Fields Car Camp/ Day Hike Blue Ridge Parkway

Let's kayak to Capers Island, an unspoiled barrier island

Botany Bay Beach Combing

Beach/River Sweep and/or Edisto Kayak Outing

Carolina Green Fair

Fossil Walk Edisto Beach State Park

Virginia Creeper Bike Trail (VA). Rodgers National Recreation Area

Georgetown Wooden Boat Show Outing

Go Birding on the trails of Roxbury Park Near Meggitt

Enterprise Landing Clean-up Service Outing

Hike Red Wolf Sanctuary and Lunch

Kingston Lake Paddle Outing

Let's kayak Penny Creek to Willtown Bluff (the Ace Basin) and grab a bite after

Brookgreen Gardins Night of 1000 candles and overnight camp Huntington Beach State Park

Historic Tree Walk & Tour of Horry County Museum

Juniper Springs & manatees, MLK Weekend Jan16-19

Santee River/Chicken Creek/Lower Wambaw Creek Paddle

Clean Water Conference (Educational Outing)

Audubon Great Backyard Bird Count

Vereen Botanical Gardens Nature Walk

Beidler Forest Four Holes Swamp Paddle

Kayak/Canoe the Edisto River

Kayak the Edisto from Mars Oldfield to Givhans Ferry

2015 Sierra Club South Carolina Lobby Day April 22 9am -3pm

Earth Day Service Outing

Boardwalk Rebuilding Service Outing/Stewardship.

Explore Waccamaw River Blue Trail by Kayak.

Earth Day Paddle/Huger & Quinby Creeks

The ElectrobiomeTM

'Hands Across the Sands' - Fossil Fuel Protest.

Join us for a viewing of the award winning film Watermark