Welcome to the Chapter's New
Executive Committee & Officer's
The Chapter's new Executive Committee is comprised of 9 voting members. Seven members are to be elected by the membership and each Group Executive Committee appoints a voting member from their Executive Committee.
The new Executive Committee met for the first time on August 8, 2018 and elected new officers for the Chapter. Serving on the new Executive Committee and officers are:
Peter Andersen, former Steering Committee member and Chapter Chair
David Hogan, newly elected member and Chapter Vice-Chair
Amanda Mascia, newly elected member and Chapter Secretary
George Courser, former Steering Committee member
Krista Davidson, newly elected member
Brian Elliott, former Steering Committee member
Fred Rogers, former Steering Committee member
Doug Grover, North County Group representative
Sally Prendergast, North County Coastal Group representative
Chapter member Rochelle Hancock will continue to serve as the Chapter Treasurer.
Unite for Justice
Day of Action
Join fellow members and friends as we hold a national day of action to fight Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and demand that our representatives in Washington act NOW to protect our most fundamental rights and freedoms.
Attend this solar seminar to learn about solar technology, battery integration and financial benefits. Have your solar questions answered by nationally certified energy practitioners.
SAVE THE DATE
Rise for Climate March
Saturday, September 8
10am - 3pm
Gather at City Hall
202 C Street
San Diego, CA 92101
ON SEPTEMBER 8 THOUSANDS OF SAN DIEGANS WILL ACT IN SOLIDARITY WITH PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD TO DEMAND IMMEDIATE ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE.
Fight Plastic Litter
Tell the City Of San Diego that You Support the Proposed Ban on Styrofoam and Limiting Single-Use Plastics
Tell Mayor Kevin Faulconer and the San Diego City Council that you support a comprehensive ordinance banning the consumption of expanded polystyrene (EPS; e.g.,"Styrofoam®") food containers, and other disposable polystyrene and polypropylene products such as utensils, and straws.
Sierra Talks - 50 Best Short Hikes San DiegoFriday, September 7
Joyce Beers Center
3900 Vermont St
San Diego, CA 92103
Join co-author Don Endicott for a presentation on the revised 2nd edition of 50 Best Short Hikes, San Diego. This new edition features easy-to-find, easy-to-follow day hikes from 1 to 8 miles in length, overview maps for 5 urban regions and 50 trail maps, at-a-glance hike descriptions and complete route details, GPS coordinates for each trailhead and updated photographs.
SAN DIEGO ELECTRIC VEHICLE DAYSaturday, September 15
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Liberty Station - Ingram Plaza
2751 Dewey Road
San Diego, CA 92106
Join us and see how far electric vehicles have come in meeting the needs of drivers like you. Test drive one of 40+ electric cars on the market.
While waiting for a test drive, stroll through vendor booths to learn more about solar options, clean vehicle rebates, time-of-use rates, and charging. Electric Vehicle Day will also feature a test ride route for electric bicycles, exhibitors, fun activities for the kids, a DJ, and some of the best food trucks in San Diego.
Join the clean car rEVolution!
Travel Safely - Donate Your Old Car
It's never a bad time to donate your car, boat, motorcycle, trailer, boat or RV and you may qualify for a 2018 tax deduction!
Select the San Diego Chapter when you donate.
Providing Environmentally Friendly Outdoor Adventures
Registration Now OpenOctober 5-7
MAMMOTH FALL COLORS BUS TRIP
We will take a chartered bus to Mammoth to enjoy the Fall Color. Our leaders are putting together an interesting variety of outings. Mammoth offers an abundance of hiking opportunities, nature trails and amenities such as shuttle service, markets, shops, galleries, restaurants and breweries. Each day the bus will drive to the areas with the best color and you will have an option to go on a walk or a hike with Sierra Club leaders who will talk about the geology and biology of the area. You will have the option of a slow, easier hike (about 3-5 miles maximum) or a longer, more moderately-paced hike. Or you can stay behind in Mammoth Lakes and plan your own day.
The price includes bus transportation and two-nights lodging in shared condos in Mammoth Lakes. Condos have two bedrooms, each with a king or queen bed, a loft with four single beds, kitchen and two or three baths. The condos are located near a shopping center and near the shuttle stop. No meals are provided.
Join San Diego Activist Citizens (SANDAC)
SANDAC is a group of Sierra Club Volunteers who are looking to prioritze public transportation in the 2019 edition of the Regional Transportation Plan.
Are you interested in volunteering your time to be a part of this program?
Be part of the movement.
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