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Environmental Legal Workshop: Let the law boost your green campaign

Anyone who has worked on an environmental campaign knows the value of knowing the law and how to apply it too boost your case. The Angeles Chapter Sierra Club Legal Committee and Loyola Law School Environmental Law Society on March 22 will hold an extraordinary day of teaching laymen the tools they need to be effective in their environmental battles.

The Environmental Legal Workshop is free and open to all, but reservations are required (see below).

Trash talk: Where does garbage go after you put out your bins?

Sierra Club member Coby Skye will talk Trash 101 on March 5 at the monthly meeting of the Chapter's Long Beach Group.

Dare to lead! Register now for Chapter's leadership training

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?

The highest goodness is like water

The Tao Te Ching goes on to say: “Water benefits all things and does not compete. It stays in the lowly places which others despise. Therefore, it is near The Eternal.”

Charlie Cooke: The man who kept Chumash culture alive

Book Review

"TIQ SLO’W: The Making of a Modern Day Chief, Charlie Cooke, Leadership in Restoring and Sharing Native Heritage"

By Mary Louise Contini Gordon (Tucson: Amethyst Moon Books, P.O. Box 87885, Tucson, Arizona 85754, 2013), 315 pages.

Orange County: Back to the bay hikes

Want to learn about the bays of Orange County?

Join us for a Lori Ives memorial

The Angeles Chapter is sponsoring an event to celebrate the life of leader and dedicated volunteer Lori Ives. We invite all who knew Lori to comment here and share their personal stories.

The celebration will be held 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena.

Sierra Club honors R.J. Secor

If you’ve done any amount of hiking or climbing in the Sierras, you’ve probably bought, borrowed or stole a copy of the guidebook "The High Sierra: Peaks, Passes, and Trails" by
R.J. Secor. That “bible of the Sierras” has guided untold numbers to discover and explore the wonderful peaks and hidden gems of the high Sierra range.

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