In this special Halloween session, we'll be learning to draw the little brown bat with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!
Here are some ideas to help you form a team and find support in protecting forests near you.
As you begin the work to help protect forests in your community, it's important that you take time to reflect and set intentions.
You are on Indigenous territory in a place that has an Indigenous name. Start by learning about the place that you are in and the forests that you are worried about. Here are a few suggestions on how to start this path of discovery.
Your voice is important. Will you speak up for forests? Learn how you can help protect old-growth forests in your community with this guide!
A longtime Sierra Club BC member shares their insights on how estate planning can help build a healthier planet—all while reducing your tax burden!
A conversation about upcoming projects, the Mother Tree and what happens during a field assessment.
You're invited to reflect on your own unique gifts and talents and how they might be best used at this time in the service of the forests and of future generations. Whether you’re a painter, thinker, student or influencer, there’s something for everyone!
Sierra Club BC statement in response to police violence against old-growth forest defenders on Vancouver Island.
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This webinar is an invitation to consider pathways into actively restoring a respectful relationship with the forests that sustain us all. Featuring Valine Brown, Darcy Lindberg, and Executive Director Hannah Askew.
The IPCC just released a new report which shows the world in the middle of a climate emergency. But what does this mean for us and policymakers?
A recent radar survey revealed endangered marbled murrelets are likely to be nesting in the Ada’itsx (Fairy Creek) watershed and surrounding areas.