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Co-directors named for Angeles Chapter

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Malibu Lagoon restoration is all about the give back

What did we do for Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Absolutely nothing. While others flooded the malls over Thanksgiving weekend, Sierra Club Angeles Chapter volunteers took the opportunity to give back to the environment at a habitat restoration event in Malibu Lagoon on Nov. 30. It also was the Chapter's way of raising awareness for #GivingTuesday, the national day of giving, on Dec.

Ready for a Mammoth adventure?

Want to ski, snowboard or just engage in some fun snow play? Join us for one of our winter ski trips to Mammoth and discover the beauty of the Sierra, receive ski tips and instruction, and just enjoy the slopes with like-minded friends who share your love of winter in California. Click on the links below to learn more and sign up. Happy snowy trails too!

Griffith Park: Picnic area, not ball fields

After the dust-up in spring 2012 about replacing most of Griffith Park’s Crystal Springs picnic area with two "youth baseball" fields, there was a period of relative silence. Local media had relished a disagreement that was often framed as tree-hugging curmudgeons versus kids longing for a place to play baseball.

U.S.-Mexican border's affect on the environment

When Sierra Club activist Krista Schlyer learned that hundreds of miles of recently built walls along the U.S.-Mexico border were wreaking havoc on sensitive wildlands and wildlife, she took notice. More important, she took pictures.

LA fall color hike: Dipper, deer and triffids, oh my!

The Meanderthals (that's what we call our group) took a fall color hike on Nov. 20 up the Gabrielino Trail in the lower Arroyo Seco from Jet Propulsion Lab to Paul Little Picnic Area, about 7 miles round trip. Here's what winter looks like in L.A.'s backyard, the Angeles National Forest. Check our calendar to join one of our winter hikes.
 

Yup, we all know climate change is real

New state-by-state polling reports issued in November find that the vast majority of Americans in traditionally red and blue states accept climate science and want government action to clean up climate pollution.

Huntington Beach desalination plant is a no-go

The California Coastal Commission last week put off a decision on plans for a desalination plant in Huntington Beach -- a plan strongly opposed by Sierra Club Angeles Chapter.

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