Welcome to Sierra Sage

Sierra Sage of South Orange County is a group under the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club. We have a commitment to protect the natural environment of our world and take a special interest in the natural environs which still exist in and around Orange County. We fulfill this commitment in a number of ways that include political activism, public awareness campaigns,and direct environmental action. Additionally we promote the environment by providing fun, interesting, and informative outings that encourage an appreciation of nature. One of the best ways to encourage people to take a stand in defense of nature is to expose them to its beauty and the many ways in which our lives are dependent on it. See the Sierra Sage newsletter about current conservation issues.
See the current Sierra Sage newsletter about current activities.

You are invited to join us November 17 at our bi-monthly meeting:
We will discuss environmental issues and conservation issues current to Orange County Residents as well as discuss the various hikes and other activities being presented in Orange County in the near future. We will provide an update on the San Onofre NGS Status.
PROGRAM: TRAVEL ADVENTURES WITH THE SIERRA CLUB: We will have a panel of three of our most experienced Travel Adventure Leaders who will share with you the ins and outs of Travel Adventures, answer your questions and share with you their plans to lead new Travel Adventures this year. Panel consists of Ed Mauer, who specializes in Adventures in Europe, Donna Specht, who specializes in exotic places like Costa Rica, Alaska, Iceland, Ecuador, etc. and Mike Sappingfield, who specializes in Adventures in the United States.
WHERE: Norman Murray Community and Senior Center
24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA
WHEN: 7:00 PM, Tuesday,November 17, 2015
ROOM: Juniper
Northbound on I-5, exit at La Paz, turn right onto La Paz, cross Marguerite Parkway and proceed over Oso Creek. Turn left onto Veterans Way and drive to the Murray Center Parking lot.
Southbound on I-5, exit at La Paz, turn left onto La Paz, cross Marguerite Parkway and Oso Creek. Turn left onto Veterans Way and drive to the Murray Center Parking Lot

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Angeles Chapter and Sierra Sage present
O: Mt. Rainer, Olympic National Park and Victoria,
B.C. Excursion July 16 – 24, 2016

Join us for a 9 day, 8 night excursion to explore the
wonders of the Pacific Northwest's Mt. Rainer, fabulous
Olympic National Park rain forests, beaches and mountains
and complete with a ferry ride to Vancouver Island in
Canada to visit Victoria with opportunities to sample the
delights of the City and explore Butchart Gardens and the
Juan de Fuca Strait. You might even have a chance to enjoy
High Tea at the Empress Hotel. Washington highlights will
include visiting Sunrise Visitor Center, Silver Falls, and
Paradise Valley in Mt Rainer. Hurricane Ridge, Hoh River Rain Forest, Rialto Beach and the walk to Hole in theWall along the rocky and driftwood strewn beach are highlights in the Olympic National Park. We will even visit Cape Flattery and the Makah Indian Reservation and hike out to the Cape.
We will return to the US in northern Washington to catch our flight home by
taking a ferry winding through the San Juan Islands. Lodging, planned admissions, and transportation while on the trip included. Breakfasts and two lunches are also included.
The remainder of meals and optional activities are not included. Air fare
to and from SEATAC Airport and most meals not included.
Cost for the trip is $1350 for Sierra Club
members ($1450 for non-members). To reserve a spot, send a $500 deposit (check made out to Sierra Club--Sierra Sage) to Mike Sappingfield, 26352 Via Juanita, Mission Viejo, CA 92691. For information,
call or email Mike at 949-768-3610 or
mikesapp@cox.net. Leaders Mike & Patty