Part 4

Do you think the Delta Sierra Club has had an impact on the San Joaquin Valley? If so, what?

Just say no to the California Water Fix

-Filmed by Isabel Galvan, Harrison Rich and Maclean Vu

-Edited By Isabel Galvan

-Interviewed- Richard Abood


Plant a tree!


Trees help not just the environment but the people who live in them too. Trees help clean the air, clean water, reduce effects of climate change, save energy, benefit wildlife, and more! Read more about the facts at

Find out if your city is a part of Arbor Day’s “Tree City USA” network, a program that helps cities and towns all over the nation develop and widen their public tree areas. You can also get involved by starting your own tree planting events. Find more information on “greening up your city” at the Arbor Day Foundation’s website:



Sierra Club Travel


The Sierra Club offers hundreds of trips to several destinations including locations in Africa, Antarctica, Asia & the Pacific, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and right here in the United States each year.

People have given a lot of positive feedback on their travels with the Sierra Club. They express how the trips were of great quality for such a reasonable price, how the leaders were amazing with their knowledge of the area and environmental issues, and how awesome the food was.

There are trips for people of all ages, abilities, and interests so look for your ideal adventure with the Sierra Club!

For more information, please visit:


Next Local Meeting



Learning to Fight Climate Change

Monday, Nov 27, 2017, 7:00 PM

Fireside Room, Central United Methodist Church
3700 Pacific Ave Stockton, CA

4 Members Went

Learning to Fight Climate ChangeIf we could fix climate change with a few flips of our technology switches, we could all sleep a lot better at night. As it is, success will also require some lifestyle changes in the developed nations.Our speaker, Susan Schneider, PhD will begin with a few comments on recent climate change books like this year’s …

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