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Sierra Club-Santa Cruz County Group

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General Agency Information
Name:Sierra Club-Santa Cruz County Group
Address:P.O. Box 604
Santa Cruz, CA  95061-0604
Primary Phone:831-335-4196
Email Address:scscrg@cruzio.com
Website:www.ventana.sierraclub.org
Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:By Appointment
Description:The Santa Cruz Group of the Sierra Club provides monthly programs and outings, and serves as a voice for the local environments of Santa Cruz County. The Santa Cruz Group offers residents opportunities to join together with other environmentally-conscious people to explore the coast, foothills and forests of the local region.

Local conservation issues are pursued by volunteers who are willing to devote time and energy to specific issues. In addition to its local efforts, the Santa Cruz Group serves as a link to the Ventana Chapter and the national Sierra Club for those seeking information or for those who are interested in supporting the Club's environmental efforts at the regional and national level.

FEES: Annual membership fee-basic $15-100. Lower cost for students, seniors and those on fixed income.
Programs:Sierra Club Santa Cruz Group offers many hikes each month ranging from easy walks to strenuous hikes; has potluck slide show events, and game nights each month, check online calendar.
Publications:Ventana, bi-monthly
Languages other than English:Spanish
Accommodations for Disabled:Call for Information
Public Transportation:Available Within One Block
Eligibility:Open to All
Fees:See Description Notes
Areas Served:Santa Cruz County
Physical Location:Santa Cruz
Funding Source:Contributions
Memberships
 
Officials
 

Kevin  Collins
Chair, Executive Committee

Contact Persons
 

Kevin  Collins

Subject Headings
 Coastal Environmental Protection and Management
Environmental Beautification
Environmental Protection and Improvement
Environmental Protection/Advocacy Volunteer Opportunities
Environmental Quality
Forest Conservation
Hiking
Land Conservation
Private Nonprofits
Single Adults
Special Interest Clubs
Transportation Issues
This record last modified September 18, 2013

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