to the Big Bend area Sierra Club chapter website.
Founded by John Muir in 1892, the Sierra Club is one
of America's oldest, largest and most influential
grassroots environmental organizations.
participate with the local group, our 2014
Sierra Club chapter meetings are
scheduled for every second Thursday at the
United Church in Tallahassee, 1834 Mahan
Dr. (click for
map) at 6:30pm.
If you missed the latest
meeting, Do Not miss the next outing... join
us for a 4-mile round trip hike from
Lafayette Heritage Trail Park to the bridge at
Tom Brown Park and back. Check our Outings page
for more info.
Do you know the difference between a Northern and
Southern Cricket Frog? Join us for our monthly
meeting on May 8th to learn about these and other
frogs of Florida. At our next gathering,
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
biologist, David Cook, will discuss Florida's many
species of frogs and toads, demonstrate
characteristic frog calls and bring live examples to
see and touch. Hop over to the United Church of
Tallahassee at 1834 Mahan Drive (click for map)
from 6:30p - 8p.
The Big Bend Group of the Florida Chapter is
currently being reorganized. We will be posting
more information on group meetings, local and
regional activities as well as dates for
out the newsletter page
to read about a new petition set up to help
establish better manage of nutrient pollution from
waste water, particularly septic systems that
presently are unregulated but have nevertheless
been identified as the principal threat (existing
and future) to Wakulla's water quality and
biological health. Help protect Wakulla Springs
and the surrounding waterways by signing this
petition ... and please spread the word.
If you would like to become a leader or a
volunteer in the new organization, please email
To stay informed about Sierra Club events around all
of Florida, go to