What did David Brower?
What did David Brower?
Berkeley native David R. Brower successfully fought to stop dams in Dinosaur National Monument and Grand Canyon National Park. He led campaigns to establish 10 new national parks and seashores, including Point Reyes, the North Cascades, and the Redwoods.
How effective is the Sierra Club?
It instantly doubles the size of the national park system and protects more than 157 million acres of public lands in Alaska. The Sierra Club helps defeat Reagan administration attacks on the Clean Air Act and other environmental laws.
How do I contact Sierra Club?
To reach Member Services, call (415) 977-5653 or email [email protected].
What is my Sierra Club membership number?
Go to the second line on the mailing label and find the first set of 16 numbers, located between two “#”s. Cross out the last digit in this set of numbers (before the second “#”). The 8 digits that precede it are your member ID.
How do I cancel my Sierra Club membership?
To cancel with Sierra Club directly, send them an email with your request at [email protected]. It is recommended to include as much information as possible, such as your membership ID, account information, and anything else considered relevant.
Where is the Sierra Club headquarters?
Why was the Sierra Club created?
The Sierra Club was founded in 1892 by a group of Californians who wished to sponsor wilderness outings in “the mountain regions of the Pacific Coast.” The naturalist John Muir was its first president (1892–1914) and very soon involved the club in political action to further nature conservation.
Who supports Sierra Club?
The Sierra Club is the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. We amplify the power of our 3.8 million members and supporters to defend everyone’s right to a healthy world. Help the Sierra Club keep fighting for Earth’s natural resources.
Are donations to NRDC tax deductible?
Sustain our fight for the next 50 years with a tax-deductible donation. We are on the frontlines every day waging fierce courtroom battles and hard-hitting campaigns in defense of our climate, public health, wildlife, and wild places. And we’ve been winning for half of a century.