Oklahoma Sierra Club

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"Things Sierra Club Loves" at the state capitol

Join us Wednesday, Feb. 11, for “Things Sierra Club Loves” at the state Capitol, 2300 N. Lincoln & NW 23rd.  We’ll use a Valentine’s Day theme to focus on “green” issues we totally support  (like clean water, and wind and solar energy) with a Valentine’s Day theme. It will be more fun if you’re there! Please register now.


Sponsors: Oklahoma Sierra Club’s Legislative and Conservation Committees.


Tip: Allow about 10 minutes to park on the south side of the Capitol, go through security and find us.


8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at 4th floor snack bar (north hall). Teams will pair up and go immediately to drop off 150 popular Sierra Club calendars to legislators or their assistants. No lobbying this time. Just introduce yourself and give ‘em the calendars.


Tip: Please wear comfortable shoes.


11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at 4th floor broadcast media room (NW corner). Get ready for the media conference. (Those who get off for an hour at lunch can hopefully participate.)


12-12:30 p.m. – 4th floor broadcast media room (NW corner). Get the gang together for a media conference .


Tip: During the media conference, watch and react to the speakers.


Can we do it? Yes, we CAN! Please register now. Your friends and family are welcome too. See you there!

Mon, 01/26/2015

Tell EPA in person to protect our communities from smog!

Tell EPA in person to protect our communities from smog!
Members of the Oklahoma Sierra Club are traveling to Arlington to make their voice heard! We will leave January 29th from OKC at 8:30 AM (meeting location TBD) in order to make it in time for the press conference.  
Click here for more information and to sign up now if you want to attend and we'll be in touch with more information soon!

Wed, 01/21/2015

Meet Our New Director!


 Meet our new Chapter Director 

 January 5th was the first day on the job for our new Director, Johnson Bridgwater. Johnson is a lifelong writer and  environmentalist who has been involved in conservation and the sciences from a young age. Originally from  Minnesota, Johnson has spent the last 30 years hiking, camping and canoeing all across Oklahoma’s diverse  landscapes, and he now calls Oklahoma home. His work history includes owning a landscape design company,  working for the Oklahoma City Zoo, working for the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, and working for ODOT.  He has volunteered for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Audubon of Central Oklahoma, and he  helped cofound WildShare International, a non-governmental conservation organization dedicated to working with  local communities to help them protect endangered locations in Mexico and Peru.

Sat, 01/17/2015

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