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Southern Sierran May 2013 e-edition

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May issue
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Something's missing in new parkland proposal

After several years of study, why was Angeles National Forest left out of the plan for a new San Gabriel National Recreation Area?

 


Tell federal agencies to keep San Onofre closed

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is mulling over whether to restart the San Onofre nuclear power plant that closed over radioactive water leaks. Make your voice heard by May 16.


Good reasons to be water wise

Water and energy are indelibly linked. Save one, and you save the other too.


California Coastal Commission to mull desalination plan

The state agency meets in June to discuss a permit for the flawed Poseidon project planned for Huntington Beach. Be there to tell them how you feel.


One bright idea: solar energy

The Sierra Club again is partnering with Sungevity to offer free solar evaluations for your home. If you install solar panels and reduce your carbon footprint, the Angeles Chapter and the Club benefit too.


Raise awareness about managing food waste

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Check out the Chapter's Organics Project that aims to gather data on how city and county officials handle organic waste.


Check out our 2013 Travel Adventures and Featured Outings.  Don't miss our Member/Newcomer event on May 13.

 


Want to find more activities and outings? Check out our online Schedule of Activities. Find past issues of the Southern Sierran and the Schedule here.

Are you 1 in 1,000?

We hope so! Think about making a donation to the Angeles Chapter and the 1,000 at 100 Campaign.


Election Day is May 21!

  L.A. area voters, check out our political endorsements.

Americans care about climate change

  How the Sierra Club enlisted 1 million voices in 100 days to fight climate change.

Path to the future

  It was an immigrant who started the Sierra Club. Now the Club supports a path to citizenship for undocumented workers.

 


Do you have a little explorer?
It's always a good time for kids to connect with nature. The Angeles Chapter's Little Hikers and Junior Explorers have these hikes planned this summer.
Join us!

Sally Jewel: From REI to DOI

Why Sierra Club applauds our new Secretary of the Interior.  

 

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