The Newspaper of the San Francisco Bay Chapter

Sunrise at Yosemite © Dennis Sheridan




Sierra Club Yodeler
ISSN 8750-5681
Published bi-monthly by the
San Francisco Bay Chapter
Sierra Club

January - February 2010
Vol. 73 No. 1

Feature Story:
Land use and the Bay Chapter - Part II

This Yodeler continues the special section from the preceding issue on land use.

...more articles here


Special Feature: 2009 - an energetic year for Sierra Club Bay Chapter

In our decentralized volunteer organization, priorities are usually chosen to match the issues volunteers are most actively working on already.

Priority Campaign Update: Initiative would secure funding for state parks - help gather signatures now!

Winter in Henry Coe State Park. Photo copyright Cynthia Leeder, 
courtesy California State Parks Foundation.

Park lovers are gathering signatures for a state initiative to provide stable long-term funding for our endangered state parks. Your help is needed now.

Conservation News:

Marin expects to sign clean-energy contract in February
Clotheslines most cost-effective energy investment
The PG$E power-grab initiative
EBMUD moves towards greener water planning
Golden state goes graywater
The creek, the dam, and the fish: when San Francisco fixes Calaveras Dam, will it fix Alameda Creek?
more conservation news..

Thunder Mountain. Photo by Marcus Libkind.

Winter Outdoors: Getting yourself ready for winter outdoors

The Yodeler's annual winter-conservation coverage continues.


Save the Date! Chapter to hold David Brower Dinner

Sen. Barbara Boxer addressing Global Warming rally

This major fundraising event to support the environmental work of the Sierra Club Bay Chapter will honor two Bay Area residents who have made special contributions to the protection of the world's environment

Kimberly Thomson in her trade marked tie-dye. Photo by Lydia Gans

Volunteer of the Month: Kimberly Thomson

Even her clothing radiates enthusiasm

Juliet Lamont in her backyard. Photo by Lydia Gans

Volunteer of the Month: Juliet Lamont

Juliet Lamont never met a watershed she didn't like


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