New federal bill would extend access to electric vehicles.
Pride or pest? The exotic pets that flew the coop and multiplied.
Unfortunately, most of the white sage being sold is poached from the wild and local populations are being decimated.
Our local coastal sage scrub is more than just pretty and fragrant. Sage and sagebrush were important for food and medicine to the Tongva, the indigenous people of the South Bay.
***Sierra Club Re-mobilizes for Earth Day*** Click to find out how you can help. Saturday, April 23Palos Verdes Peninsula Land ConservancyEarth Day CelebrationWhite Point Nature Preserve9:00am – 12:00pm1600 West Paseo del Mar, San Pedro, CA 90731www.pvplc.volunteerhub.com Saturday, April 23AltaSeaCelebrating our Blue Earth10:00am – 1:30pm2451 South Signal Street, Berth 58, San Pedro, CA 90731www.altasea-project-blue.org April 23-24Aquarium…
SEPTEMBER 10-13, 2022 , SATURDAY – TUESDAY Back by popular demand! Join us for four fun days of hiking in the spectacular Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, John Muir’s favorite place on Earth. Participants must be fit to hike 5-7 miles in hilly terrain at high altitude. The daylong hikes include many breaks and 45 minutes for lunch. There will be…
Photo of Dudleya virens by Dieter Wilkens.
Without scuba gear we can explore the marine world in tidepools.
By Shera Dolmatz New evidence illustrates that the ocean is sending minuscule bits of plastic pollution back into the air and onto the land. Bodies of water long believed to be the final resting grounds for discarded plastics are not the last stop. The atmosphere, ocean, and waterways working together keep microplastics cycling throughout the…
By Vicky Hoover, member, Recreation Issues Subteam Photo by Karl Forsgaard Do one, two, three, or even more, of the issues below bother you? Interest you? Concern you? Upset you? Make you feel some action is needed toward better management? Off-road vehicles (motorcycles, electric bicycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, jet-skis, etc—whether creating noise, conflict with hikers, or…
A two-day Wilderness First Aid Course (WFAC) will be held on Saturday May 14 and Sunday May 15 in Fullerton. The Saturday class will be indoors, with skills exercises in an outdoor courtyard. The Sunday class will be outdoors in a park. Both Saturday and Sunday sessions will have COVID precautions including masks and appropriate…
RUHS students, including Rylee Goldfarb (l) and Madison Wilmes (r), helped turn the tide.
California’s redwoods are in trouble; Save the Redwoods League strives to help.
People suffered headaches, difficulty breathing, nausea and vomiting. What caused the big stink?
Coastal sage scrub is one of the most threatened habitats in the country.
On Jan. 1, a state law will go into effect that requires Californians to separate all organic material from their other garbage. That means adding food waste such as coffee grounds, eggshells, banana peels, moldy bread, last night’s table scraps and those vegetables at the back of your fridge that are starting to look slimy…
Some of California’s 24 new environmental laws are aimed at aiding low income people.
By Cheryl Frick …that means orange peels too! They can take six months to decompose. In a drier climate, they can last indefinitely.
Local communities gained a say in decisions that affect air pollution in the harbor area with the passage of AB617.
Northern elephant seals spend up to 86% of their time at sea submerged, taking dives of 20-25 minutes on average.
Longtime active Sierra Club members John and Lynn Taber envisioned turning a small, overgrown and weedy pocket park on the east side of Rolling Hills Estates into a space that would entice residents to get outdoors and enjoy time in nature. The Tabers brought a proposal to the city and to their much-beloved Palos Verdes…
A three-day Wilderness Medical Associates Wilderness First Aid course will be offered to WTC staff and students in June, 2022. Click title to download a flyer. If this course reaches full enrollment, an additional course will be offered in Fall, 2022.
The PV-SB Sierra Club is more than outdoor activities and environmental action. We’ve enjoyed quarterly get-togethers (often with guest speakers) plus annual trips to the Hollywood Bowl, local theater and potlucks. Now that our Social Chair, Joyce White, has stepped down, we need someone to step up and keep the good times rolling. If you’re…
Click now to register for the 2022 Wilderness Travel Course. For those who would like to lead hikes and other outings, WTC is working on scheduling the next LTC. Keep an eye on this space for more info: https://www.sierraclub.org/angeles/leadership-outings/leadership-training-seminar Questions? Contact Jeremy Netka, 323-401-1039 email@example.com
Decades of legal and illegal dumping off the Palos Verdes coast have left a toxic legacy.
The South Pole during the eight months of winter is a cross between a luxury resort and a prison camp.
Plastic waste has become a global crisis, but recycling is complicated.
From T. rex to hummingbirds, feathers are more than just fluff.
Testify before the Water Board on Oct. 17.
Photographer Bev Gates chanced upon this fox in Palos Verdes Estates.
The oily bird gets the care.
In-person activities resume.
This time it’s in Texas.
Aquaculture is one answer to feeding the Earth’s burgeoning population.
An illustrated talk by Dave Bader of the Marine Mammals Care Center
Marvin Contreras is an editor, poet, and outdoor enthusiast. He was raised in the San Gabriel Valley, and he has since graduated from the University of California – Riverside with a bachelor’s degree in English. When not working, reading, or writing, he is paying attention to birds. He currently lives in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National…
The Sierra Club Angeles Chapter is looking for members to run for the chapter Executive Committee.
What is sustainable aquaculture?
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