Sierra Club Foundation, The - Missouri Chapter

The Sierra Club Foundation is the non-profit sister of The Sierra Club. Conservation issues they are working on in Missouri include: Agriculture, Climate Change, Club Communications, Elections, Energy Efficiency, Fossil Fuel Pollution, Legislature, Nuclear, Social and Educational Outings, Ozark Riverways, Public Lands, Renewable Energy, Rivers and Lakes, Toxic Materials, Transportation, and Wildlife. You can get involved by joining an outing -- a hike, camping or canoe trip, or attending a chapter meeting.
Missouri Sierra Club has a strong tradition of fighting for the rights of the lands and the people of this great state. Please check out the issues they champion every day, and find one close to your heart. Get involved, see it through, and make a difference.
* The Sierra Club Foundation is represented by EarthShare in many workplace giving campaigns.

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2818 Sutton Blvd
St. Louis, MO
(314) 644-1011
National Office: (800) 216-2110 or Missouri (800) 628-5333