Palos Verdes-South Bay Sierra Club

Category: Conservation

My Walk among the Giants

California’s redwoods are in trouble; Save the Redwoods League strives to help.

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Can Ocean Farming Help Feed the Earth’s Booming Population? Pt. 2

Aquaculture is one answer to feeding the Earth’s burgeoning population.

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Why is the Sierra Club Involved in Politics?

By Al Sattler Alternate Chapter Rep Recently, I was asked why the Sierra Club is involved in politics. Many people mainly think of the Sierra Club as doing hikes and other outings. However, it is important to remember that the…

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Going Green During a Pandemic

By Judy Herman, Foggy View Editor Staying safer at home presents some challenges, but we’re adapting. Instead of our Sierra Club hikes we’re taking solitary walks to explore our own neighborhoods and using online conferencing for alternative exercise from aerobics…

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The Gnatcatcher Saves Coastal Habitat

By Barbara Dye, former Executive Director of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy The Rancho Palos Verdes Natural Communities Conservation Plan (NCCP), which gave us the nature preserve, all started because of a small, gray bird, the coastal California gnatcatcher,…

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Your Tips for Going Green

We all care about the environment. Recycling is good, but reusing is better (no energy wasted transporting materials to get broken down and reformed and transported back). “Upcycling” turns trash into treasure. So how do YOU do it? Send your…

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