Photographed: Chapter Activist Academy Trainers, Participants, community partners, and Councilmember Nithya Raman (CD4) at the culmination event at Audubon Center Debs Park
Your Hidden Sanctuary with Sierra Club Membership
Did you know that being a member of the Sierra Club comes with a range of exciting benefits? Beyond the rewarding experience of contributing to environmental conservation efforts, Sierra Club members gain access to various facilities and accommodations. One such hidden gem is Harwood Lodge, nestled amidst the breathtaking natural beauty of the Angeles National Forest in California.
On Sunday May 21st, 250 Angeles Chapter members, volunteers, sponsors, and vendors gathered at Frankie LA to celebrate the power of the Sierra Club together. Ten of the chapter’s most inspiring and impactful members were honored for their dedication to the chapter. If you missed the event, please take a look at the impressive list of honorees here: 2023 Awardees
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
Join Sierra Club Leadership!
The Angeles Chapter Nominating Committee is recruiting Executive Committee leaders for the chapter and our regional groups.
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.
So, you’ve heard all about the NEM 3.0 solar rate changes that took effect on April 14, 2023 for anyone installing solar after the deadline. But, now what? What’s next for solar homeowners who locked in under NEM 2.0 or for homeowners who didn’t get their solar applications in by the April 14 rate change date?
The simple answer in two words: Energy Storage.
Students enrolled in Sierra Club’s Wilderness Travel Course were well-equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the backcountry safely and responsibly, even in the midst of record winter and snow conditions.