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PDF of March/April 2012 Issue

Download the Southern Sierran issue March/April 2012 [PDF:5.3Mb] published by the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club, serving Los Angeles and Orange counties.

PDF of January/February 2012 Issue

Download the Southern Sierran issue January/February 2012 [PDF:3.3Mb] published by the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club, serving Los Angeles and Orange counties.

Chapter award nominations are due Nov. 1

Everyone loves an award and now is the time to take a look around for that special person who volunteers tirelessly in service to the Angeles Chapter Sierra Club through conservation, outings, activism, advocacy and leadership. Let’s celebrate the good works of an outstanding outings leader, an inspiring conservationist, a member with irrepressible, contagious enthusiasm and someone who embodies the ideals of our Chapter and the Sierra Club.
 

Next Leadership Training Seminar set for Oct. 25

Becoming a Sierra Club outings leader starts with curiosity and a love of the outdoors. What better way to step up and lead than by taking advantage of the training opportunities that the Angeles Chapter's Leadership Training Committee provides each year.

Learn about the legacy of John Muir on Sept. 24

Sierra Club President Michael Brune and Chief Executive Officer Ruskin Hartley of Heal the Bay discuss the impact of John Muir's vision for modern environmentalism at an event free to the public this month. Brune and Hartley, heads of their respective environmental organization, celebrate Muir's legacy, examine how the movement has evolved, and discuss who is leading the charge in the 21st century.

Join us in building the Chapter's Living Legacy Library

The Angeles Chapter, oldest and largest in the Sierra Club, is beginning its second century – and we intend to be around for another hundred years at least.

Order your 2015 Sierra Club calendars now

                 

Will Obama create San Gabriels national monument?


Hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail east of Windy Gap in the San Gabriel Mountains. Credit: Bob Cates/Chapter historian and leader

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