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Dallas Sierra Club Calendar

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»Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee MeetingDallas Sierra Club Executive Committee MeetingThe Executive Committee (or Excom) is the elected governing body of the Dallas Sierra Club and meets upstairs at Whole Foods Market, southeast corner of Preston Road and Forest Lane, in Dallas at 6:30 pm. Contact the Dallas Group Chair for more information.
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»White Rock Lake Clean-upWhite Rock Lake Clean-upWalk and talk while picking up trash and recyclables at the Sierra Club's adopted section of White Rock Lake Park. Meet at 8:15 AM this second Saturday of the month at the Love of the Lake office, northeast corner of Garland Road and Buckner Boulevard.  Look for the crowd drinking free juice and coffee.  Gloves, trash bags, etc. will be provided. Our area includes one of the wonderful prairie restoration areas, so there are always birds and wildflowers to enjoy.  Brunch afterwards. 
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»Lost Park Loop, ColoradoLost Park Loop, ColoradoSorry, this outing has reached its capacity. Please consider the Labor Day weekend trip to backpack in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the Pecos Wilderness. Backpack a loop of 28 miles in five days in the Tarryall Mountains, Lost Creek Wilderness Area, Pike National Forest. The Lost Park Trailhead is 20 miles east of US Highway 285, near Fairplay and 3.5 hours from the Denver Airport. Drive or carpool to and from the trailhead on the weekends before and after the hike or make this a fly/drive. Camps will be at elevations of 9,000' to 11,000'. This remote, forested loop is characterized by granite knobs, a creek that disappears and resurfaces nine times and some great campsites. Due to duration and altitude, backpacking experience is required. Express interest by phone or email to receive details and registration forms. The outing is limited to two parties of twelve, hiking in opposite directions. There's no fee for this outing--just personal expenses for getting to and from the trailhead. Registration and approval are required.  
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»Lost Park Loop, ColoradoLost Park Loop, ColoradoSorry, this outing has reached its capacity. Please consider the Labor Day weekend trip to backpack in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the Pecos Wilderness. Backpack a loop of 28 miles in five days in the Tarryall Mountains, Lost Creek Wilderness Area, Pike National Forest. The Lost Park Trailhead is 20 miles east of US Highway 285, near Fairplay and 3.5 hours from the Denver Airport. Drive or carpool to and from the trailhead on the weekends before and after the hike or make this a fly/drive. Camps will be at elevations of 9,000' to 11,000'. This remote, forested loop is characterized by granite knobs, a creek that disappears and resurfaces nine times and some great campsites. Due to duration and altitude, backpacking experience is required. Express interest by phone or email to receive details and registration forms. The outing is limited to two parties of twelve, hiking in opposite directions. There's no fee for this outing--just personal expenses for getting to and from the trailhead. Registration and approval are required.  
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»Dallas Sierra Club General MeetingDallas Sierra Club General MeetingCitizen science and iNaturalist - Record observations by taking a photo with a smart phone, share it with other naturalists, and discuss the findings. You could become a field biologist in your own backyard. Everyone is invited.  Full details are on our home page now.  
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»Lost Park Loop, ColoradoLost Park Loop, ColoradoSorry, this outing has reached its capacity. Please consider the Labor Day weekend trip to backpack in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the Pecos Wilderness. Backpack a loop of 28 miles in five days in the Tarryall Mountains, Lost Creek Wilderness Area, Pike National Forest. The Lost Park Trailhead is 20 miles east of US Highway 285, near Fairplay and 3.5 hours from the Denver Airport. Drive or carpool to and from the trailhead on the weekends before and after the hike or make this a fly/drive. Camps will be at elevations of 9,000' to 11,000'. This remote, forested loop is characterized by granite knobs, a creek that disappears and resurfaces nine times and some great campsites. Due to duration and altitude, backpacking experience is required. Express interest by phone or email to receive details and registration forms. The outing is limited to two parties of twelve, hiking in opposite directions. There's no fee for this outing--just personal expenses for getting to and from the trailhead. Registration and approval are required.  
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»Lost Park Loop, ColoradoLost Park Loop, ColoradoSorry, this outing has reached its capacity. Please consider the Labor Day weekend trip to backpack in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the Pecos Wilderness. Backpack a loop of 28 miles in five days in the Tarryall Mountains, Lost Creek Wilderness Area, Pike National Forest. The Lost Park Trailhead is 20 miles east of US Highway 285, near Fairplay and 3.5 hours from the Denver Airport. Drive or carpool to and from the trailhead on the weekends before and after the hike or make this a fly/drive. Camps will be at elevations of 9,000' to 11,000'. This remote, forested loop is characterized by granite knobs, a creek that disappears and resurfaces nine times and some great campsites. Due to duration and altitude, backpacking experience is required. Express interest by phone or email to receive details and registration forms. The outing is limited to two parties of twelve, hiking in opposite directions. There's no fee for this outing--just personal expenses for getting to and from the trailhead. Registration and approval are required.  
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»Lost Park Loop, ColoradoLost Park Loop, ColoradoSorry, this outing has reached its capacity. Please consider the Labor Day weekend trip to backpack in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the Pecos Wilderness. Backpack a loop of 28 miles in five days in the Tarryall Mountains, Lost Creek Wilderness Area, Pike National Forest. The Lost Park Trailhead is 20 miles east of US Highway 285, near Fairplay and 3.5 hours from the Denver Airport. Drive or carpool to and from the trailhead on the weekends before and after the hike or make this a fly/drive. Camps will be at elevations of 9,000' to 11,000'. This remote, forested loop is characterized by granite knobs, a creek that disappears and resurfaces nine times and some great campsites. Due to duration and altitude, backpacking experience is required. Express interest by phone or email to receive details and registration forms. The outing is limited to two parties of twelve, hiking in opposite directions. There's no fee for this outing--just personal expenses for getting to and from the trailhead. Registration and approval are required.  
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»Trail Maintenance at Cedar Ridge PreserveTrail Maintenance at Cedar Ridge PreserveCome to the hilly terrain of Cedar Ridge Preserve to help maintain one of the better trail networks in Dallas.  The Sierra Club is responsible for the Possum Haw Trail.  We work here on third Saturdays of almost every month, starting at 8 AM for July and August, working until approximately 11 AM.  The Preserve's address is 7171 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas.  For directions and general information about Cedar Ridge Preserve, click this link.   If you need more information or want to carpool, call or email me.
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