Our Wild America

Our Wild America carries on the Sierra Club's long legacy of protecting America's beautiful wildlands. We believe that America's public lands are held in "public trust" for and by all Americans, providing opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, and come together to share experiences.

With the Our Wild America campaign, the Sierra Club is doubling down in the fight to preserve our wild heritage in the face of threats from mining, drilling, and climate disruption. 


Protecting our public lands from mining and drilling will safeguard America's natural heritage, preserve wildlife habitat, help keep our air and water clean, and combat climate disruption.
In order to leave a robust wild legacy for our children, we must significantly increase the amount of public lands and waters that are permanently protected as national monuments and wilderness.
Protecting natural places near cities and suburbs is crucial to ensuring that all Americans have the opportunity to explore and enjoy the great outdoors.
Our national forests are diverse habitat for our most treasured wildlife, and they provide the wild places where Americans hike, camp, hunt and fish.

Campaign Updates

February 3, 2016
Originally published by OutsideOnline.com. The news that Yosemite will rename several iconic places is deeply disturbing. That a former concessionaire, in a case of sour grapes, can trademark and...
February 1, 2016
Earlier today in Norfolk, Virginia, U.S. District Judge Raymond Jackson sentenced Lumber Liquidators to five years of probation and more than $13 million in penalties for smuggling illegal wood...
January 25, 2016
On January 18, 2016, 100 volunteers from the Sierra Club, Outdoor Afro, Arizona State University student clubs, and many more local organizations gathered at Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area to...
January 5, 2016
A new film, Chasing the Distance, offers a personal look into the lives of ultra-running athletes and husband and wife team Rob Krar and Christina Bauer. In the piece, they share their deep...
December 21, 2015
If the Arctic was my kid, it’d be grounded. The latest Arctic Report Card, issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) delivered nothing but bad news. For the second year in...