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.

Mayor celebrates Earth Day with Sierra Club

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday presented the Sierra Club Angeles Chapter with a proclamation from the City of L.A.to mark the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Standing at a point in Griffith Park called 3 Mile Tree (because it's three miles from Los Feliz Boulevard), he noted: "We are here because someone had the wisdom to give us the land."

Events on Earth Day and beyond

Show your green side! Here are some free and ticketed events on Earth Day and beyond.

Passages: Sierra Club leader Phil Dorner

Longtime Sierra Club leader Philip Henderson Dorner died on Aug. 16, 2013. He was 90 years old.

Join us for Earth Day 2014 in Griffith Park

**We recommend carpooling, as parking along the road will be limited. 

Restrooms are located in the Griffith Park Observatory parking lot. Please note, there are no facilities at 3-Mile Tree.

Please bring water and wear walking shoes. After the event, there will be a hike to Mt. Hollywood.

Please plan to arrive by 10:45am, because parking may be limited.


Griffith Park's field of schemes

Although Colonel Griffith J. Griffith donated almost 4,000 acres of his Rancho Los Feliz land to the City of Los Angeles in order to provide a place of respite for the “plain people,” many eye this piece of real estate as a land of financial or patronage opportunity. L.A. City Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s 4th District includes almost all of Griffith Park. The councilmember often proclaims his love for the park, and, to show his love, he would like to gift the park with some pet projects.

Is this the face of nature's next generation? We hope so

We (heart) Abby, big-time. Why? Because she's the face of the Sierra Club's future -- and a promising one at that.

Abby King, a newly minted 14-year-old, hopes to complete 25 of the peaks on the Angeles Chapter's Hundred Peaks Section list by the end of the year.

She even created this sweet peak-of-a-cake for the 2014 HPS Banquet earlier this year. Awww.


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