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The Redwood Chapter contends with climate change, works for sustainable communities, and defends land, water and wildlife from the Bay Area to the Oregon border, while creating opportunities for the exploration and enjoyment of nature. MAP


Berryessa-Snow Mountain National Monument

Ask President Obama and Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to permanently protect the amazing Berryessa Snow Mountain region by designating it a National Monument.

Permanent protection of the Berryessa-Snow Mountain region has been a top Redwood Chapter priority for a number of years.

Read more. Tired hikers (left) in the extreme south of the proposed National Monument get a glympse of Lake Berryessa. Photo courtesy of Tuleyome

Wilderness 50

Celebrating Wilderness 50 Around the Redwood Chapter

In September, Redwood Chapter took part in Visions of the Wild, a four-day festival hosted by the U.S. Forest Service as part of nationwide celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the federal Wilderness Act. Napa County and North Group also marked the anniversary.

Read more in Needles.

Russian River Bridge

Russian River Documentary to Preview in September

A new feature-length documentary, The Russian River: All Rivers– The Value of an American Watershed, is scheduled to preview in Sonoma County in late September and various venues in the coming months. This exciting film looks at the river itself, and portrays its complex, often unfortunate history.

Read more in Needles.

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Changes Ahead for Redwood Needles Delivery
Starting with the October issue, all members who have provided their email addresses will begin to receive the Redwood Needles electronically rather than on paper. This shift offers several advantages: we can include live links to web-based information and email addresses, graphics can be offered in full color, and we’ll save a few trees and a little gas. It will also provide a significant financial benefit to the Chapter, allowing us to use more of our limited funds for the direct protection of the environment. If you really would rather continue to receive a paper copy of the newsletter through the mail, or have any comment, please contact:

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The Redwood Chapter's Take Action page highlights several issues that the Club is focusing its efforts on.

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Environmental Center
The Sierra Club's Sonoma County office is located at 55A Ridgway Avenue in Santa Rosa (West of the 101 Freeway, two blocks North of College and 1 1/2 blocks West off of Cleveland Ave, South of Coddingtown).

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