Make A Difference:  Join the Sierra Club’s Bay Advocacy Program

Author: Sue C. | Category: Environment & Nature | Date: 06-30-2020



The Loma Prieta Chapter of the Sierra Club is offering an exciting course on how to protect ecosystems—in this case, San Francisco Bay, a national treasure that is under siege.  

If you have been thinking about taking action to protect nature and have also been worried about the devastating consequences of climate change, this is the course for you.

By participating in an effort to protect San Francisco Bay’s wetlands, you will be saving a vibrant habitat for wildlife AND you will be helping to preserve and restore wetlands, which are a natural buffer against sea level rise.

This is a once-a-week course that starts on July 13th and ends on October 12th that will enable you to learn a lot about the ecology of baylands and how to be an effective champion of important environmental causes.  

If you want to acquire scientific knowledge about bay ecosystems, learn skills that will enable you to create a better world, and meet others who share your passion, this will be a promising start.

Click here to find out more and to register.



Mary Buxton October 19, 2020 9:30 am
I just completed the Bay Advocacy 2030 Program and highly recommend it. I am now biking the Bay Trail to see the sites we studied. I learned a lot and was tremendously impacted by the reports on endangered species in the SF Bay habitat. The reports of how we are losing our biodiversity in our own ... Read more backyard suddenly became very personal to me. Join the next class if you can. It's really interesting to better understand what the conservation issues are with the San Francisco Bay. The class makes it very easy to participate in advocacy. If you want to participate, it will help you make a difference in the environmental protection of the San Francisco Bay. Open to teens and older.... Less