Chapter Chair Update
Our Chapter Chair wraps up our year with gratitude, while still acknowledging the work we need to do to get to a greener, brighter future for all. Together we can continue to make a difference!
Dahlias: Bodacious Blooming Beauties
We can still brush up on our gardening skills even though winter is on its way. As always, Michele MacKinnon brings up helpful tips and methods of gardening to keep our yards healthy and happy. Learn how to grow Dahlias!
Moving to McAuley
If you live near the Hartford area, come join our Greater Hartford Group meetings at our new location! At these regular gatherings you can expect to sign activist letters before hearing a presentation and discussion.
Support a Clean Energy Future for UCONN.
Get inspired by the student-led activism that has temporarily halted a fossil fuel power plant at the University of Connecticut. Reducing the use of methane-laden fracked gas in our state (and beyond) is a must. Sign the petition to support a clean energy future for UCONN!
The endorsement process begins for the 2020 election cycle! Get an update from our political committee as we look forward to the new year and new cycle. If you are interested in what we’re doing, reach out to us - we would love to meet you!
New Haven ICO Sleepy Giant
Have you heard about Sierra Club’s Inspiring Connections Outdoors (ICO) program? Our New Haven ICO group leader shares her experiences from their most recent hikes and upcoming plans for the winter season.
Hiking the NET Part 6
We have been following Nora as she hikes all of the New England Trail in Connecticut! In her latest article, join her as she recounts her hike to Crescent Lake and amusingly reflects on what it means to be a “real” hiker.
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.
Check out this months events on our Events & Outings page!
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