A party where you can talk with Sierra Club leaders and experts from our solar partner Sungevity!
Stop in after work for some organic wine and appetizers at this fine local restaurant.
Learn about how you can save money and the environment at the same time — by powering your life with sunshine.
If you're coming, please RSVP by email or call Don Forman, Sierra Club SF Bay Chapter Office, (510) 848-0800, ext. 305 so that we will know how many people to expect.
You can also request a free, no-obligation solar quote by spending just a minute at the Sierra Club's Solar Homes site. When you sign up with the Sierra Club Solar Homes Campaign, you get a $750 gift card, the Sierra Club gets $750, and the environment gets a big lift.
This event is free and open to the public.
More information about the campaign
Get involved with your local Sierra Club group! The Marin Group is beginning a process to appoint two new Executive Committee (ExCom) members to our 11 person board. Please come to our next meeting to introduce yourself. The appointment process includes potential appointees attending two ExCom meetings, a questionnaire, and a personal interview.
Not ready to be considered for the Executive Committee? Members are always encouraged to participate, and to bring issues to the attention of the committees. Standing committees include Conservation, Political, and Outings. The Group Executive Committee meets on the second Wednesday of every month, from 7 - 9.
The Executive Committee always welcomes people who want to be more actively involved. Please contact us.
A fundraiser for Mount Tamalpais State Park's ranger and maintenance services.
The Sierra Club Marin Group is supporting the fundraiser and will be tabling at the event. Come by and visit!
Directions: Shuttle buses depart Mill Valley beginning at 9 a.m., from Tamalpais High School and Manzanita Commuter Lot. Buses return from Mount Tam between 7 and 8 p.m.
Tickets and more info: tamjam.inticketing.com
SAVE THE DATE!
The Bay Chapter has announced the date for its upcoming annual David Brower celebration. This year's event will honor state Sen. Loni Hancock, one of our oldest and most stalwart friends on a wide range of environmental concerns over the many years of her political career. Mark your calendar; more details to come.