Upcoming Events...

Thursday August 1: Summer in the City! Join Us and Our Friends for cool Green Drinks Winston-Salem!

 Are you an environmentalist looking to connect with like-minded friends in Winston-Salem? We want to hear more about what you are doing.
Join local environmental organizations for drinks, community, and conversations at the monthly Green Drinks Winston-Salem. A portion of each drink (not actually green!) will benefit your favorite environmental non-profits.
Time: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Place: Fiddlin' Fish Brewing Company
Where: 772 Trade St NW · Winston-Salem, NC

Saturday August 3-Sunday August 4: Vade Mecum of Hanging Rock State Park will be Open

Vade Mecum open this weekend 9am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday! Stop in take the historical tour, hikes the trails, buy a t-shirt or just sit on the front porch of the 1902 hotel and imagine life there over 100 years ago.
Vade Mecum Hotel
1105 Camp Sertoma Drive · Westfield

Friday September 27-Sunday September 29: The Ted Snyder Wilderness  Camporee!                                                 
North Carolina Chapter outings leaders have planned a special camping/hiking weekend September 27-29th,  2019 to explore areas proposed for protection in the Appalachian Ranger District of the Pisgah National Forest.   This continues the “Camporee” tradition from the past three years.  This 2019 group base camp outing will provide multiple opportunities to become familiar with some outstanding areas and proposed wilderness additions within this highly popular part of the Forest.  We will be camping in multiple campsites within the Briar Bottom Campground near Mt Mitchell, NC.
The weekend is planned as a boots-on-the-ground educational experience to engage Sierra Club members and non-members on the exceptional backcountry value and quality of this area, and how they can engage in the current Pisgah and Nantahala Forest Plan Revision process, the outcome of which could affect how these areas are managed.  There is a good chance that the timing will coincide with the 90-day public comment period on the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)for the Pisgah/Nantahala Forest Plan.

Check-in Friday 3:00-until
Friday night: Gather for campfire, introductions, outings options,Presentation on Pisgah/Nantahala Forest Plan Revision
Saturday am: Breakfast on your own
                       Gather for Hikes
                       Time for letter writing
Saturday pm: Group dinner
                       After dinner Presentation on Pisgah/Nantahala Forest Plan Revision
Sunday am: Breakfast on own, camporee wrap up, and break camp
We are recruiting outings leaders to lead hikes during the weekend.  If you would like to volunteer to lead a hike, contact Rosmarie Adams at rbadams91@gmail.com