Bay Alive Campaign in the Loma Prieta Chapter

We all depend on the Bay and it's under urgent threat.

Bay experts believe sea level rise - and how our region responds - is the single greatest overarching threat to the San Francisco Bay.

The Bay Alive Campaign is organized by three Sierra Club Chapters located in the San Francisco Bay Area (Loma Prieta, San Francisco Bay, and Redwood Chapters) and Sierra Club California.  Join the Bay Alive Campaign!

Watch the short video below about protecting local wetlands:

Credit: Michael Kerhin



Join Us

Take action to keep San Francisco Bay Alive. Learn more about our education and training programs and local campaigns below. Get connected to the cause by signing up for Bay Alive campaign updates. We’ll keep you up to date (but not too often!) on opportunities to speak up, sign petitions, write letters, and more to make sure local and regional policies advance Bay resilience. For more information or to volunteer, contact Susan DesJardin.

Aiden Chen paintings

Volunteer Creativity Raising Awareness

A local youth volunteer has found a fun way to expand his volunteer contributions and raise awareness around sea level rise impacts on birds and wildlife, through this awareness through artwork series. He has been drawing and painting San Francisco Bay shoreline birds and wildlife in their natural, wild habitats and is writing fun facts or quiz questions to accompany his artwork.

Bay Alive Opportunities and Resources:

Bay Advocate Program


Bay Alive Webinars


Bay Alive Advocacy Campaigns

Bay Advocate Program


Bay Alive Webinars


Bay Alive Advocacy Campaigns

Take Action

​The Bay Alive campaign is funded through a bequest received by the Loma Prieta Chapter from the Rohloff Estate.