About Greater Louisville Sierra Club
Our motto: Explore, Enjoy, and Protect.
THE GREATER LOUISVILLE SIERRA CLUB is a community grassroots organization that strives to inform its members, the public and decision makers on environmental, natural resource, and land use issues. The Sierra Club will work aggressively and effectively for clean air and water and the preservation of habitat for all species including human beings. We do this because we believe in the intrinsic value of all living things and the need to ensure sustainability for future generations.
We also encourage everyone to "Get Outside!" Sierra Club outings will encourage you to learn how to hike, canoe, and backpack, as well as enjoying the great outdoors. Our efforts intend to make our area healthier, and friendly for people as well as all the rest of nature's creatures.
We appreciate help from folks with: organizational skills, networking contacts, action attitudes, fundraising skills and ideas, political savvy, hiking experience, no hiking experience, letter writing ability, publicity know-how, and desktop publishing skills.
In return we offer the gratification of helping our world become ecologically sustainable, and of working with other people with like interests.
For more information, call (502) 228-0016, or e-mail Joan Lindop.