The Newspaper of the San Francisco Bay Chapter
May - June 2007
Save the Tuolumne River and get trained in effective skills for defending the environement.
This month we have twp priority actions for you to take.
First help protect the Tuolumne River. With its headwaters in Yosemite NationalPark, the Tuolumne is a national jewel with native trout, bald eagles, black bears, and thrilling whitewater.
The San Francisco water system takes its water from the Tuolumne and plans on meeting future demand by withdrawing more water and further depleting the river.
WhatYouCanDo - This month's key action
Urge the commission to meet water needs and protect the Tuolumne for future generations through conservation and recycling rather than withdrawing more water.
Then look at the article about our Grassroots Organizing Trainings and sign up for one of them.
Today, write a letter to help save a river; then in coming months learn new skills for a lifetime of protecting the environment.
© 2007 San Francisco Sierra Club Yodeler
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