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The Rochester Regional Group
The purpose of this site is to provide information and enhance both communication and participation of Sierra Club members and concerned citizens in preserving our environment. The Rochester Regional Group falls under the Atlantic Chapter of the Sierra Club, which in turn falls under the Sierra Club Home Page: Explore, Enjoy and Protect the Planet. Be Sure to check our latest public programs: calendar
Join the Rochester Group & Keep Your Membership Current by Linda Isaacson Fedele, Membership Committee Chairperson. Membership to the Sierra Club should be renewed annually.
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The Sierra Club's members are more than 700,000 of your friends and neighbors. Inspired by nature, we work together to protect our communities and the planet. The Club is America's oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization.
Read our latest Newsletter -
The 15th Annual Sierra Club Environmental Forum, April 25-26 – Great Lakes Need Great Friends: Protecting the Great Lakes Forever was a huge success! Maude Barlow inspired about 280 audience members, as she talked about:
The Forum served to expand the community conversation about the need
to protect our fresh water, and it’s not over. This will continue to
be a focus over the next year and beyond, as we hold additional
educational programs and take action to protect our Great Lakes
Please join us! There will be a follow-up meeting on May 29th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Cornell Cooperative Extension in the Highland Room. 249 Highland Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620.
If you are interested, please RSVP at GreatLakesCommitteeSC@gmail.com.
If you missed last year's forum you can now see it here:
If you missed this year's forum you can now see it here:
To learn more:
· Please also view the following partner websites:
FLOW (For Love Of Water) http://flowforwater.org/
Food and Water Watch http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/
Our Rochester Sierra Club Zero Waste committee is taking a big leap in trying to get local events to be nearly zero waste—with the help of Epiphergy. We need your help to make this Sunday, June 2nd a success and raise public awareness about the importance of reducing waste during Rochester’s many events.
Please let Dave Goldman [ firstname.lastname@example.org ] know that you can help out for 3 hours, then fill out the Tour De Cure form, as explained before. Dave Goldman is collecting names in order to keep our tables staffed, and the Tour De Cure form is to make sure you get a free T-shirt and food during the event.more...
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The purpose of this Group is to foster (within its territorial limits) the purposes of the Sierra Club, as stated in its bylaws: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.
Zero Waste A committee to re-energize and rethink ways to mobilize our community to recycle more waste, and do it more effectively
Our Wetlands Committee is helping to build a wetland near Buckland Creek in Brighton.
We take Action on local environmental issues:
We initiated a long-term partnership with the City of Rochester to restore and protect the beautiful forest of Washington Grove at Cobb's Hill Park. This is a unique community-wide effort. Please contact Peter Debes at email@example.com to get involved.
Each April, near Earth Day, we provide a major environmental Forum -2013 Forum
Each year, we conduct a series of outings for our members to discover and protect our environment
We have several conservation committees that provide monthly public programs throughout the year on specific conservation topics.
We host a weekly e-mail list to members and non-members of our continual environmental events and actions -sent out every Saturday. (see other column to sign up.)
Four times a year, we publish our Eco-Logue Newsletter to inform of members of all the issues we are engaged in.
Each year, we sponsor a Fall Festival
The Blue Green Alliance is a national partnership of labor unions and environmental organizations dedicated to expanding the number and quality of jobs in the green economy. Launched by the Sierra Club and United Steelworkers in 2006, BGA has since grown to include CWA, NRDC, LIUNA and SEIU — uniting more than six million people in pursuit of good jobs, a clean environment and a green economy