El Sierra Club junto La Chiwinha, un espacio alternativo de comercio justo, te invitan a participar por séptima ocasión hacer tus compras navideñas de productos orgánicos y socialmente responsables. El Comercio Justo, o "Fair Trade" es una alternativa de intercambio económico nacida de los movimientos pacifistas y ecológicos mundiales, la cual está orientada hacia el desarrollo sustentable. Además, contaremos con la participación de varios artesanos locales que apoyan este movimiento. No te lo puedes perder. ¡Este año regala con conciencia y haz la diferencia!!!!
Earth Day 2013
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I: Tehachapi Mountain (7960'+) and Mount McDill (5187'): Join us for two peaks in two very different locations. One will take us above Mojave, and the other is near Palmdale. Total distance will be around 11 miles, and total gain will be about 3500 feet. Bring food, water, lugsoles, layers, hat and sunblock. Contact Leader for status and details. Leader: BILL SIMPSON Co-Leaders: JIMMY QUAN, BRUCE CRAIG
2 mi rt, 200’ gain. It is an easy climb to the summit using local streets and trails. View some of Wood Canyon’s trails and a grand panorama. Meet 9:00 am at the bottom of Canyon Vistas Dr in front of Canyon View Park. From Moulton Pkwy in Aliso Viejo, W and uphill on Pacific Park Dr, turn on Canyon Vistas Dr. Bring water, lugsoles, hat. Rain cancels. Ldr: Chet Stipe. Asst: Gail Roy
DEC 4 (WED) 9:00 AM MIDDLE MARSHALL HIKE
Join us for this easy 3 mile round-tripper centered in a beautiful riparian setting as you weave your way about stream and golf course vistas with oak tree linings. Elevation gain is a mere 300' so the trail is very accessible. We will meet curbside at the corner of Esperanza Drive and Ridgecrest Drive, City of La Verne, 91750 at 9 AM. Please call hike leader Jeff Warhol (909) 985-7686 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm by DEC 3, 5:00 p.m. LOS SERRANOS GROUP
O: Zion Loop Hike From Chantry Flats: Brought to you by Pasadena Group and Local Hikes Section. Moderately paced, 10 mi. 1800’ gain hike, partly in a shaded canyon. Meet 9 am lower parking lot, Chantry Flats with water, lunch, hiking boots, suitable clothing layers. Rain, government shut down or other idiocy cancels. Remember your USFS parking pass. Ldrs: Norm Stabeck, Carole Scurlock.
The weather forecast is for sunny skies, but the high will reach only 51 degrees. We’ll be hiking along the coast part of the way and it could get cold. Wear layers. There is a rest room ~500 feet from the “Blackie’s Pasture” parking lot. Meet at Blackie’s Pasture parking lot off Tiburon Blvd (Hwy 131), ~2 mi from 101. Carpool 8:45am Edgewood P&R. Leader Tim Polidoroff h650 342 6443 email@example.com
Enjoy the lovely weather while walking around the beautiful reservoir. We have both faster and slower walkers, or you can walk at your own pace. Five quarters are suggested for parking (1 hour, 15 minutes). Optional no-host dinner follows.
O: 20s30s40s Aliso Creek Urban Stroll: Get your Evening Workout outdoors, join us at El Toro Park in the City of Lake Forest for a moderately paced 6 mile roundtrip walk on the paved Aliso Creek Trail. Slight uphill grade. Meet at El Toro Park in front of the restrooms at Larkwood Lane & Arrowwood Street in Lake Forest. Bring water, snacks, and flashlight. Optional dinner afterwards. Rain cancels.
Chicago group water committee volunteers gathering each month to work on water issues relating to water conservation, Asian carp and other aquatic invasive species, water infrastructure and water quality. Anyone with an interest in water is welcome. Recent/current projects include Cook County Water Management Ordiance and Chicago Water Meters. Also view the Water Team Facebook page by clicking the Additional Information link.
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