Volunteer With The Tuolumne Group of the Sierra Club
Grassroots action makes the Sierra Club what it is today:
The premier national organization working for and winning environmental reforms in our communities, our state, our nation, and our world. We combine hard work and fun to achieve our goals: together members lead outings in nature, analyze Environmental Impact Statements, create displays for our information booths, greet guest at events and programs, testify at hearings, mail action alerts, speak to school kids, call legislators, etc.
To find out more about grassroots action, go to the National Sierra Club’s Primer 101 for new volunteers.
Let us know how you’d like to get involved at the local level.
Just about every conservation committee needs help with many different tasks. To volunteer with the Tuolumne Group, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the areas you are interested in helping with.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR SERVICE WITH WILDERNESS VOLUNTEERS:
Many of our national forests have organized auxillary volunteer groups for the purpose of putting boots on the ground for cleanup, trail maintenance, etc. In 2014 one of our members participated in two such groups in the Superstition Wilderness and the Desolation Wilderness. A listing of projects going on with Wilderness Volunteers across the country from Acadia National Park in Maine to Mohave National Preserve in California can be found at www.wildernessvolunteers.org
Stanislaus National Forest also has a Wilderness Volunteers Program For more information contact: http://stanislauswildernessvolunteers.org