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Welcome to the Dallas Group of the Sierra Club

Dallas Sierra Club General Meeting via Zoom - Tuesday, December 14

InsectsWill this presentation bug you?

Leigh-Anne Lawton will talk about insects or arthropods that we may encounter outdoors this season in Texas.  She is the regional medical entomologist for the Texas department of state health services.  Studying at Texas A&M, Stephen F. Austin State University, and LSU in the field of entomology prepared Leigh-Anne to spend the majority of her life outside.  She spent the last ten years in Papua, New Guinea, working to train individuals on how to protect themselves and others against malaria and other vector-borne diseases.

From 6:45 to 7:00 p.m. you can log in to the meeting, chat, and ask questions.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 with announcements, followed by our speaker's presentation.

How to join the meeting via Zoom: 

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Big Bend National Park Outing

Big Bend National Park - Boot RockDetails and registration forms for the Dallas Sierra Club’s annual outing at Big Bend National Park are now online. Click here to see the outing description and registration packet. Drive or ride to our group camp in the park on Wednesday, February 9. Backpack or hike Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Head for home Sunday morning, February 13. We can accommodate 25 participants, divided among three trip itineraries. We’ll maintain waitlists for each hike option when trip rosters have filled.  
 

Videos of our General Meetings

Movie IconVideos of prior General Meetings are on YouTube.  Click here for a list of meetings with varied topics such as national parks, Critterman, beautiful photos from around the world, wild animals, activism, and more.

Dallas Sierra Club Outreach Speakers Program - Speakers for Your Group

The Dallas Sierra Club provides outdoor/environmental education in the form of entertaining and informative presentations by Dallas Sierra Club members with expertise in the topics offered. These presentations range in length from 30 minutes to one hour and cover a variety of topics in the general categories of outdoor adventure, environmental education, and general ecology. These talks are appropriate for a wide range of audiences including youth groups, school classes, civic and social groups, nature and gardening clubs, church groups, etc. Any group interested in an available topic is welcome to contact us. To see available topics and to schedule your speaker, click here.

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Click here to subscribe online to our monthly email newsletter and to one or more of our more specific email lists (Conservation, Outings, ICO - Inspiring Connections Outdoors, or our National email newsletters).

What's Going On

Dec 1 Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee Meeting

Dec 14 General Meeting - December 14

Jan 22-23 Outings Leader Training

Feb 9-13 Big Bend National Park

Check out the full list on our calendar

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