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Welcome to the Sierra Club!

The Sierra Club is a national organization dedicated to explore, enjoy, and protect the planet. Our local Northeast Florida Group organizes and participates in outdoor adventures, environmental education, and lobbies our local and state government for pro-environmental policy and legislation.


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Weekly Action Alerts

This is our weekly Action Alert digest. Here you'll receive all of the information you need to become active, contact our legislators, and make a difference for the environment.


Vote YES on Amendment 1! Florida's Land and Water Legacy Campaign

Passing this amendment would set aside funding  for the protection and conservation of our parks, beaches and undeveloped land around Florida.  In 2015, this would provide more than 600 million dollars to environmental causes across the state.

"The power to protect Florida's land and water for future generations is in your hands." 


Floridians' Clean Water Declaration

Florida is running out of clean drinking water.  It’s OUR water and we only have your voice against the big bucks of private interests. There is proposed legislation that is bad that we want to stop and good bills that we want to pass.

CLICK HERE to take action!


Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement Bad For All

The The US is currently involved in secret negotiations for an expansive new with our Pacific partners. Details are being withheld from the public and Congress, yet we are asked to accept it and approve it. It is a BAD DEAL for the environment and for our economy.

CLICK HERE to take action!


Central Florida Proposes Huge Water Withdrawals from the St. Johns

The three water management districts in the central area are proposing taking 150 million gallons per day out of the St.  Johns River. Read about what this means, the potential harm, and what you can do.


JaxPort Dredging

Jaxport proposes to dredge the St Johns River from its current depth of 39.5’ to 47’ to accommodate the post Panamax container ships. See the issues and Sierra Club's stance.


GET ACTIVE TO SAVE OUR STATE'S ENVIRONMENT

See the hidden costs of infrastructure and services resulting from over-development in Florida. Check out http://priceofsprawl.com/index.html



Help protect and conserve Florida's land, fish, wildlife, and water resources - needed now more than anytime in Florida's history. Check out the Florida Conservation Coalition.



Find out how to contact your elected officials at USA.gov.



  Energy and Climate Change News:  Prof Tilley's Track


 

Upcoming Activities

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Check  MEETUP   for upcoming meeting & outing details!! 

All are welcome to attend our monthly General Meetings!

 

In Jacksonville, we meet at the Lakewood Presbyterian Church, 2001 University Blvd. W., just east of San Jose Blvd., west of I-95 & US-1.  Click here for a map and directions of how to get there.

Second Monday of each month, 7pm (6:30 for social time).  Please check our calendar to confirm meeting dates.

 

In Ponte Vedra Beach, we meet at the St. Johns County PVB Branch Library, 101 Library Blvd., just off A1A south of Solana Rd.  Click here for a map and directions of how to get there!

First Monday of each month, 6:00pm. Please check our calendar to confirm meeting dates, as occasionally other library priorities and holidays may change the schedule.


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