Get Active with Sierra Club San Diego Chapter

By Newsroom America Feeds at 1 Mar 2018

News, Events and Activities

Celebrating 70 Years of Protecting the Environment

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SIERRA TALKS Anza-Borrego Desert Region Guide

Friday, March 2, 6:30pm Joyce Beers Community Center

3900 Vermont St

San Diego, CA 92103

Open to all members and the public.

For almost 40 years this resource book has been the most comprehensive guide for Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area, and the surrounding region including federal Bureau of Land Management desert lands. The new expanded 6th edition includes.... Read more

Providing Environmentally Friendly Outdoor Adventures Read More or RSVP Here


Join us in the land of famously bizarre Joshua Trees reaching for the sky! California's drought seems to be easing, so this year we will camp overnight to explore the promise of wildflowers that most of us may never have seen.

This is an overnight tent camping trip, and participants must provide their own meals and camping equipment (tent, sleeping bag etc).

Space is limited!

Sierra Club Endorses SDSU West Initiative,

Opposes Soccer City The Sierra Club announced this week that it has endorsed the San Diego State University (SDSU) West Initiative and will oppose a competing initiative, Soccer City. Both initiatives seek the redevelopment of the San Diego County Credit Union Stadium property in Mission Valley. The decision for both initiatives was unanimously supported by the Sierra Club’s San Diego Chapter Steering and Conservation Committees. The Sierra Club is the oldest and most respected environmental organization in the United States. Read More Here RSVP and Learn More

Seals Pupping Season Walk & Talk

Saturday, March 3, 2:00 pm Mangelsen – Images of Nature Gallery 7916 Girard Avenue

La Jolla 92037 The mother seals are having their babies!

Join us for an unforgettable Talk on Seal Biology and Behavior followed by a short Walk to Casa Beach to see the Seals.

Presented by Seal Society of San Diego Sierra Club.

Free Movie Night Requiem for the American Dream

Friday, March 9, 6:30 pm

Chapter Office 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.

Ste. #101

San Diego 92111

In this documentary interview, Noam Chomsky, professor of linguistics and longtime political analyst and activist, exposes with searing clarity the forces and policies behind the coordinated campaign to concentrate wealth and power in the hands of a select few. More Information

Not A Sierra Club Member? Our region is primed to make major decisions in 2018 that will shape our environment and economy for many years to come. Concern has risen about the competency of our government to care for our natural world, let alone respond to environmental threats. $15 - Special Offer for Joining Today

Local action is more important now than ever. With your support, we can make lasting change in our communities helping to determine our energy future, working to help people of different struggles and communities work together in solidarity, and protect our wildlife, lands, air and water. Please join us in this movement by becoming a Member today! More Information

Iron Mountain Adopt-A-Trail

Saturday, March 10

7:30 am - 10:30 am Hwy 67 & Poway Rd

Poway 92064

Join us to perform trail maintenance on Iron Mountain Trail. To keep the trail clean and safe, we will remove overgrown brush and low-hanging branches, monitor trail erosion, and pick up trash along the trail. Register Here

Member Orientation Meeting Saturday, March 10,

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Chapter Office 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.

Ste# 101

San Diego, 92111

New member orientation meeting and for those interested in learning more about the San Diego Chapter conservation, outings and activities, or just how to get more active and do your part for the environment. No experience needed. We will help you get the most out of your membership.

Sierra Club Solar ProgramA Partnership Between Sierra Club San Diego

and Sullivan Solar PowerEnd your dependence on fossil fuels! Be part of the solution by joing the solar energy revolution.

In addition to saving your pocketbook and saving the planet, for every home that goes solar through this program Sulivan Solar will give $500 to Sierra Club San Diego for our local campaigns to reduce our dependence on fossil fule energy and promote clean energy.

Get a free, no obligation quote and discover how solar is affordable than ever. Get your quote NOW Read more

Get Involved:

Join San Diego Activist Citizens (SANDAC)

SANDAC is a group of Sierra Club Volunteers who are looking to prioritze public transportation in the 2019 edition of the Regional Transportation Plan.

Are you interested in volunteering your time to be a part of this program?

Be part of the movement. More Information

Activist Training

Saturday, March 17

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Chapter Offices 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.

Ste# 101

San Diego, 92111

Looking to get active? Want to help protect our natural world and communities?

Then attend our Activist’s Training and learn what you can do and how to get more involved in our efforts to protect the environment. Lodge Projects For more information

WantedContractors - Builders Remodelers The Foster Lodge committee is seeking bids from state liscened contractors, builders and remodelers for work on Foster Lodge facility at Mt. Laguna.

Projects include (bids may not be combined):

1. Repairs to Foster Lodge including a total remodel of kitchen, all flooring, 2 bathrooms and 2 showers.

2. Consrtuction of a single story bunk house cabin with porches (cabin - 1,102 SF, deck/stairs/ramp - 728 SF).

Will you help by donating to the San Diego Chapter so we have the funds we need NOW to continue to our good work? DONATE NOW

Your donation supports our programs that make a big difference in our daily lives. Facebook Twitter Instagram

Sierra Club San Diego Chapter 8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., Ste. #101,

San Diego, CA 92111

858-569-6005 |


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