Toiyabe Chapter Groups

The Toiyabe Chapter is your regional arm of the Sierra Club. We are further divided into four local groups:

Great Basin Group
The local group of the Sierra Club based in northern Nevada, generally above U.S. Highway 6 across Nevada.  The Great Basin Group has one of Sierra Club’s most active group outings schedules, with leaders trained, qualified, and knowledgeable about the area.  In addition, the Group supports getting kids outdoors with a special fund and follows conservation and environmental issues in the area.

Southern Nevada Group
The local group of the Sierra Club based in southern Nevada, generally below U.S. Highway 6 across Nevada.  The Southern Nevada Group supports getting kids outdoors follows water and land conservation, energy transition (increase renewables, decrease gas), urban sustainability  and other issues in the area.

Tahoe Area Group
The Tahoe Area Group represents Club members in the Lake Tahoe basin and the greater Truckee River watershed above the California/Nevada state line, including the municipalities of South Lake Tahoe, Tahoe City, and Truckee, California, and Stateline and Incline Village in Nevada.  Tahoe Area Group spans two states and two Sierra Club Chapters; the Mother Lode Chapter of California, and the Toiyabe Chapter of Nevada. Our mission is to ensure the ongoing protection of the natural environment and resources of the Lake Tahoe basin and Truckee River drainage. 

Range of Light Group
The Sierra Club Range of Light Group represents the Sierra Club in the Eastern Sierra; in Mono and Inyo Counties. The Eastern Sierra is the homeland of the Nuumu and Newe People and has been since time immemorial.  It is a beautiful area rich in natural, scenic, cultural, and recreational values and benefits. We engage both our members and a wide array of local stakeholders in our work to safeguard our region's diverse landscapes and outdoor opportunities. Membership and participation in the Range of Light Group activities are open to all interested in enjoying, protecting, and exploring the Eastern Sierra.