Glen Dawson to mark a century!

Chapter and other groups sue to stop filthy air in L.A.

Four health and environmental groups, including Sierra Club Angeles Chapter,  filed a complaint Friday, Oct. 31, in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s  faulty approval of Los Angeles’ South Coast Air Quality Management District's most recent regional smog plan.

November Schedule of Activities is here!

Here's your copy of the November Schedule of Activities.

Sierra Club says vote no on Measure P

The nation’s largest and oldest grassroots community-based environmental organization, and one of the country’s earliest and consistent voices for parks, Sierra Club, announced its recommendation for voters related to an important ballot measures that the citizens of the County of Los Angeles will consider on November 4.

What's included in the new San Gabriel Mountains National Monument?

The dark lines within the green show the boundaries of the newly created San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. Source: WhiteHouse.gov

Growing native: One family's experience

The "after" picture of the Vandergriff-Smith's lawn using water-saving techniques.

The Angeles-Alerts Listserve was hacked today

The Angeles-Alerts Listserve was hacked today, Thursday, 10/23/2014 with two emails at 10:52 am and 11:07 am that may contain virus software. If you have received messages from the list serve, don't open them. We have taken the list serve offline until we can fix the problem. Our apoligies for any communication problems you may be having.

Wilderness 50 Conference

Wilderness activists, leading wilderness academicians, federal wilderness agency personnel, and energetic youth were in abundance at the Wilderness 50 Conference, held October 15-19, 2014, in Albuquerque, N.M. The session was a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of enactment of the Wilderness Act in 1964.

4 fresh ideas for making L.A. (and all cities) sustainable

One of L.A.'s urban wild spots, Griffith Park. Credit: Mary Forgione

L.A. Mayor Garcetti sets goal of 20% reduction in water use by 2017

Amid a record drought, Mayor Eric Garcetti on Oct. 14 issued an executive directive to dramatically reduce the use of fresh water and the purchase of costly imported water.


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