Earth Month Round-Up

  • Posted on 1 May 2023
  • By Angeles Chapter Updates
Earth Month was a breath of fresh air for the members and friends of Sierra Club Angeles Chapter, who laced up their hiking boots and hit the trails for a month full of adventure, exploration, and appreciation for the great outdoors. Here are some highlights:
 
The Santa Clarita Valley Group Celebrated with an evening stroll through the Paseos in Santa Clarita
 

Visiting Vice President Kamala Harris in DC

  • Posted on 28 April 2023
  • By Morgan Goodwin - Senior Director, Angeles Chapter
On behalf of the Angeles Chapter, I accepted an invite to the Earth Day celebration at the residence of the Vice President. 
 
It was no small thing to commit to travel across the country for a fancy social event. However, many of you encouraged me to accept, and I was proud to represent all the good work we are doing here. 
 

Sierra Club Co-Sponsors Earth Day Panel at Pan African Film Festival in Baldwin Hills

  • Posted on 2 May 2022
  • By Angeles Chapter Updates
What were you up to on Earth Day weekend? Sierra Club staff and volunteers kicked off the festivities Friday, co-sponsoring an Earth Day Panel with Natural Resources Defense Council about the Inglewood Oil Field and our work to phase it out at the 30th Annual Pan African Film Festival (PAFF).
 
PAFF is the largest Black film festival in the country and is held at the Crenshaw Mall in Baldwin Hills, right next to the Inglewood Oil Field—the largest urban oil field in the country. 
 

Earth Day 2020: Southern California Activities

  • Posted on 20 April 2022
  • By Angeles Chapter Updates
This Friday (4/22) is Earth Day and the beginning of Earth Month. 
 
Join us as we celebrate the planet and spread the word about we fight for a future where all people enjoy a healthy, thriving planet and a direct connection to nature on this day and every day. 
 
Here are activities happening on and around Earth Day 2022.
 
 

Get involved with the Angeles Chapter this Earth Day

  • Posted on 29 March 2021
  • By Kim Orbe - Conservation Program Manager
This year's Earth Day is unlike many others. We can't gather together to celebrate and honor Earth as we like to each year on April 22nd. Our sacred lands are a gift, and it is our responsibility to protect them and ensure their enjoyment by all. I also want to remind readers to treat each day as indigenous people's day. Advocating for conservation means uplifting their voices, knowledge, and wisdom. All flourishing is mutual, and iIt's human perception that makes the world a gift. To mend our bond with Earth, we must rectify our oppressive and destructive colonial past.