Take Action focuses on environmental issues and events of local interest in an on-going effort to educate the public and encourage participation in safeguarding the environment.
The Redwood Chapter Committees are focusing their efforts on such areas of interest this year as:
Protecting Wild Places
- Permanently Protecting the Berryessa Snow Mountain Region: The Berryessa Snow Mountain region of northern California is one of the most biologically diverse, yet least known, regions of the state. Located less than one hundred miles from the Sacramento and Bay Area metropolitan regions, the area is a dazzling outdoor wonderland rich in unique natural features and loaded with recreational opportunities. Visitors can find California’s second-largest population of wintering bald eagles, float the thrilling rapids of wild and scenic Cache Creek, witness herds of wild Tule elk, and catch a glimpse of black bears. Opportunities for hiking, camping, botany, birding, hunting, and horseback riding abound. The area stretches over 100 miles from blue oak woodlands near Putah Creek in the south to the sub-alpine habitat of Snow Mountain Wilderness to the north. For more information visit:
Conservation Committee Campaign
- Wilderness The Redwood Chapter joins the California Wild Heritage Campaign coalition's goal
of permanently protecting California's last wild lands and rivers.
Volunteers are needed!
Climate Protection Committee Campaign
The Sierra Club's Sonoma County office is located at 55A Ridgway Avenue in Santa Rosa (West of the 101 Freeway, two blocks North of College and 1 1/2 blocks West off of Cleveland Ave, South of Coddingtown).
Sierra Club meetings are open to all members. You are welcome to participate or observe as often as you wish. Complete Meeting List
Take a hike
Attend a meeting