Explore, Enjoy &

Protect the Planet

See what events are planned in your area. Come join, make a difference and hang out with us!

Read up on some of the causes we care about & find something that you are passionate about.

Visit our Events page to learn about upcoming and past Sierra Club Long Island Group events. Join Us!

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Take a trip. Visit the natural wonders that surround us right here on Long Island.

Please visit our Events, News & Take Action Pages

Volunteer Opportunities on L.I.
Eelgrass Restoration at
Shinnecock Bay!
Learn more and how to participate in that and other projects here.
What is Green Infrastructure?
Green infrastructure uses vegetation, soils, and other elements and practices to restore some of the natural processes required to manage water and create healthier environments. Learn more about it here.
100% Renewables
Join 100% clean & renewable energy.

Take action & sign our petition.
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There are 259 chemical plume sites on Long Island; find out if there is one near you.
Dragonfly Day of NYS
How healthy ecosystems guard against flood and vector borne disease.
New York Solar Map
CUNY built map puts solar tools in the hands of Long Island residents, solar developers and government officials. Read the article here.
What's Wrong with Methoprene?
Learn more & take action!

Sign our petition.

Learn about nature-based solutions here.
No Off-Shore Drilling!
Could this soon be a beach near you?

Rally with us @ #ProtectOurCoast
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Sierra Club's #Outdoorsforall video with Yvonne Strahovski of the Hand Maid's Tale.

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The Sierra Club, a non-profit organization, is the nation’s longest standing volunteer driven environmental organization. Its purpose is to ‘explore, enjoy and protect the planet’. It does this by educating the public and influencing public policy decisions — legislative, legal, and electoral.

 

Please note that donations and dues for these policy efforts need to meet specific standards to be tax deductible. Donations to the Sierra Club Foundation are 501c3 tax deductible. Locally the Sierra Club Long Island Group is advocating for climate change resilient strategies with the legal Article 78 case for the Hempstead Lake State Park project within the Mill River Watershed. In this case donations are tax deductible:

Effective September 1, 2020 - August 31, 2023

Sierra Club Foundation 2101 Webster Street, Suite 1250 Oakland, CA 94612
Checks should be made out to Sierra Club Foundation  with Long Island Hempstead Lake State Park in the memo line. 


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