The Loo Wit Group is the Sierra Club’s connection with SW Washington communities. The Sierra Club is the nation’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. Your own, all volunteer Loo Wit Group best provides those grassroots when it is able to connect the values we cherish with the members of our community.
The Loo Wit Group is part of the Washington Chapter of the Sierra Club. We proudly serve Southwest Washington including Clark, Skamania, Klickitat, Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific Counties. The group publishes "St. Helen's Rumblings" and sponsors many hikes and outings.
The group involves itself in activism and advocacy, air and water quality, conservation and sustainability, clean energy and social justice, community organizing, education and public outreach, legislative and political action, and even internet web design and administration. All of this because we are passionate about preserving and protecting the great wild places of the Pacific Northwest.
If your interest is to explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the Pacific Northwest, you are the reason we are here. If your passion is to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources, you are the reason we are here.
Whether you see yourself (in no particular order) as a student, an advocate, a conservationist, a techie, a manager, an educator, an outdoor recreation enthusiast, a parent or concerned citizen (just to list a few), you are the reason we are here.
We need your energy, ideas, and enthusiasm! We need your talent. Your willingness to participate makes a huge difference in influencing the outcome of local issues. Feel free to join us at our local events / our monthly committee meetings / one of the many local outings our highly trained outings leaders conduct.