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The 2021 legislative session is less than a month old, and is off to an unusual start. While the action is remote and the bills seem to be fewer so far, that doesn’t mean that 2021 will be a lost year. Learn more about what we’re looking forward to.
We Won’t Stand for Sacrifice Zones
We believe all people deserve clean water, clean air, and clean soil. To realize this vision, we need to protect vulnerable communities. These are the places where industries often choose to exploit the environment (and the people in it). In Connecticut, Killingly is one of these sacrifice zones needing our attention now.
Get an update on the Save Remington Woods campaign — what was accomplished last year and what we look towards in the future. Hear from Sierra Club Connecticut’s Community Outreach Coordinator as she reflects on the environmental justice work taking place in Bridgeport and Stratford.
Wildlife Committee Update
The abrupt halt to last year’s Connecticut legislative session meant many critical bills were not passed, making the 2021 session more important than ever. From animals that suffer and die after being caught in barbaric steel-jaw traps, to the importation of African species on the brink of extinction, your support is critical to passing laws to protect vulnerable wildlife.
Find out what we’ve been working on and take a look at the highlights from Sierra Club Connecticut’s current campaigns. Thank you to all of our volunteers - we couldn’t do this without you!
Support Our Chapter
Did you know you can donate your vehicle and support the charitable programs of Sierra Club Connecticut? We make it easy for you to donate your vehicle. Whether it's running or not, your car, truck, boat, RV, or motorcycle will support Sierra Club Connecticut, sponsored by the Sierra Club Foundation.
Seeking Items for Fall Auction
We are seeking donations of items for an online auction this fall. Your donation of items like gift cards, artwork, hand-crafted items, and experiences will help us continue our mission of defending our local environment, educating a new generation of environmental advocates, promoting the best leaders for public office and connecting people with nature.