Sierra Talks – The San Diego River Park: Past, Present, and Future
Friday, September 4, 2015, 6:30 PM
Joyce Beers Center, 3900 Vermont St., San Diego, CA 92103
The San Diego River is the historic heart of the City of San Diego, and remains one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the country. Despite decades of urban development and neglect, restoration efforts and stewardship offer the promise of a better future for the San Diego River. Read more here.
Fighting For What We Value
Fighting for what we value is a huge expense, even though many experts, scientists, lawyers and volunteers provide their services to the Sierra Club for free. Your financial support enables the Sierra Club San Diego to continue working on your behalf for the environment.
In times like these, conservation is especially important to prevent irresponsible decisions that endanger our health and our natural world. We must act now if we are to ensure a future that includes clean air, clean water, open spaces and abundant native wildlife, the issues that define our quality of life. Your contribution will support the grassroots actions needed to protect and improve our environment. Even a very small donation – $5 or $10 – is important to our work.