JUNE 23, 2015
Tues., 6:00 pm
At Prince of Peace Episcopal Church,
5700 Rudnick Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 9l367
Our Ocean's Edge
Jasmine Swope, a Serbian-born American photographer based in Santa Monica will present: "Our Ocean's Edge". She is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara and specializes in creating large format black and white photographs capturing the human experience with nature.
Her photographs emerge from the tradition of Ansel Adams and in this presentation she beautifully captures the unique California system of 124 Marine Protected Areas stretching from Oregon to the Mexico Border. These areas provide protection for wildlife and help increase our awareness of these fragile seascapes. Come and be inspired by the ever-changing landscape of surf and sand and the great biodiversity of organisms that are adapted to an environment of harsh extremes in a relatively narrow strip of shore. This presentation will help re-kindle the passion in you for the preservation of a healthy marine environment on our fragile planet.
Make your reservations by sending
$25.00 payable to
San Fernando Valley Sierra Club,
mailed to: Belen Katzen,
9543 Rudnick Ave.
Chatsworth, CA. 91311, 818-341-8304, email@example.com
Include a phone number & address or email.
Upon receipt of your check, a confirmation notice will immediately be mailed or emailed.
We supply plates & silverware, but if you bring your own, you will be entered in a raffle for a nice prize.
Places where our water comes from such as Saddle Back Lake, Sierras'
Photo by Gayle Dufour
Sierra falls & rivers where our water comes from.
We need to leave more up there and develop our own water supply.
Picture by Gayle Dufour
Please join us!
San Fernando Valley
Saturday: June 20th, 2015
Time: 10:00 am-2:00pm
Encino Community Center
4935 Balboa Blvd, Encino, CA 91316
WATER FORUM subjects
Peter Kalmus - JPL "Is it Climate Change or Drought?"
Tree People - "Trees and Drought - How do we care for them?"
Metropolitan Water District (MWD) - Water Conservation Rebates
LADWP - SFV Water Basin - Remediation & Replenishment (how does Prop 1 funding affect those plans? What can the general public do?)
This is a new rain drought-tolerant garden during the winter in the rain.
Photo by the River Project.
Mature drought-tolerant rain garden in summer
Photo by the River Project.
SIERRA CLUB HOSTS A
CLOTHING, SHOE & OTHER ITEM DRIVE
NO CO$T FUNDRAISER!!
Turn your stack of shoes
and clothing into
Donate your gently used textiles and shoes to benefit a great organization. Turn your trash into CA$H by donating your gently used clothing & other items to Sierra Club.
It’s a No Co$t Fundraiser!!!
Ten percent of our water footprint is in the products we use and the clothes we own. Because cotton is such a water-intensive crop, it takes 700 gallons to make a single cotton shirt!
Recycle those textiles today!!!
Accepted Items are: Clothing, bed linens, blankets, comforters, table linens, drapes, curtains, handbags, backpacks, belts, purses, hats, baseball caps, stuffed toys and toys. Board games and puzzles are accepted if complete sets.
All shoes except ski boots. Shoes should be paired with laces tied together or with a rubber band around the pair.
Place clothing in a large size hefty or 39 gallon garbage bag.
No tape please!
The Clothing & Shoe donation drive continues at the Angeles Chapter Office. A box is available there to collect any donations. Please call the Chapter Office at 213-387-4287 for help finding a volunteer to pickup a donation and deliver it to the office.
Donate and drop off your items at this location
Angeles Chapter, 3435 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 660 (Equitable Bldg)
PHONE NUMBER 1-213-387-4287, ext. 210
All proceeds to benefit Sierra Club Angeles Chapter serving Los Angeles & Orange Counties. Always helping to Enjoy, Explore and Protect the planet!
It’s a Win Win for everyone and a zero waste event!