This is what clearcutting looks like, and what’s worse, this destructive form of logging fouls our water supplies while hastening droughts, extreme fire seasons, and other natural disasters.
Is this the legacy we want to leave for future generations of Californians? I didn’t think so, and the good news is we can do something about it!
This will be an exciting evening of good people, great food, and lively conversation about the future of California’s magnificent forests. You’ll also learn about how you can make a real world impact to end this destructive form of logging.
Here are the details:
WHAT: Stop Clearcutting Campaign Dinner and Presentation (dinner is free of charge).
WHEN: Sunday, July 29 from 4 – 7 pm.
WHERE: Sierra Club Headquarters, 85 Second Street, 2nd floor, San Francisco (map).
Questions: Contact Juliette Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll be joined by two guest speakers:
- Sarah Matsumoto, program manager for the Sierra Nevada Resilient Habitat Campaign;
- Karen Maki, volunteer leader for the Stop Clearcutting Campaign.
It is up to us to ensure that our children and grandchildren can experience the wonder of exploring green forests, clear lakes, and flowing streams — instead of a landscape of ragged stumps and barren hilltops.
See you on Sunday!
Juliette Beck, Sierra Club — Stop Clearcutting Campaign
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