The Sierra Club's members and supporters are more than 2 million of your friends and neighbors. Inspired by nature, we work together to protect our communities and the planet. We’re America's oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization.
We're involved in environmental education, conservation, and political issues. We lead fun outings such as hikes, trail maintenance, snow-shoeing walks, and more. Join in and help us protect our air, land and water throughout our beautiful state!
A MONTH IN THE GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH
the plastic that is poisoning our oceans…our planet…our selves…
Join us for a free revealing presentation on the toxic stew brewing in our oceans from:
Captain Charles Moore
Author of Plastic Ocean and Founder of Algalita Marine Research Foundation
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 5:30 pm
Presented by The Sierra Club, Pierce County, The University of Puget Sound Sound Policy Institute, Surfrider and Tahoma Audubon.
Photo: Carcass of a Laysan Albatross Chick dead from starvation. Its mother mistook pieces of colored plastic for food floating in the ocean. Kure Atoll 2002, photo Cynthia Vanderlip, www.algalita.org
Join our campaign for a Coal Free Washington!
Learn about Colstrip, the Northwest’s largest source of carbon pollution and one of the dirtiest power plants west of the Mississippi.
Click Here to read the recent Cascade Crest Winter article about this campaign's work.
Featured Local Group
Local Sierra Club volunteers in Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan counties are protecting our environment with their work to prevent coal exports, supporting Governor Inslee’s Climate and Pollution Action plan and more.
See the Mount Baker Group’s story and how you can help.
Click Here for details.
Washington has ten local groups operated by volunteers. Each group will be featured here in the future. To see the full list of Local Groups click Here.
Alpine Lakes Wilderness Protections Bill Passed!
The U.S. Senate passed the bill to protect vital additions to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness while also adding three new spectacular rivers to the our state’s Wild and Scenic River system. The House passed the package earlier last week.
Read the full news release. Click HERE.