September 30 is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. In honour of this, Sierra Club BC invites you to engage with a couple of resources.
Get to know our 2021 Sierra Club BC award recipients! We are so grateful for all of their hard work standing up for the land and water.
Broad coalition calls for urgent provincial action to confront the climate emergency
Thanks to all our members for their ongoing support. We couldn't do this work without you.
In this session, we'll be learning to draw marbled murrelets—an endangered seabird who depends on old-growth forests to thrive—with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!
This summer alone, there have been over 300 marbled murrelet sightings in the area that Teal-Jones is now logging.
Mother trees teach us many things about interconnection and caring. We invite you to engage with this resource and the interdependence of all forest beings.
Report card raises alarm about predatory delay contributing to climate and extinction crises, lack of support for First Nations and forestry reforms, fuelling Canada’s biggest act of civil disobedience.
We are here to support you as you work to protect forests in your community. Check out this list of ways we can help your work.
There are an infinite number of ways to take action for forests. Explore our wide menu of options to learn how you can take a stand for old-growth!
Forestry in B.C. is a complex system. Explore our guide for a breakdown of provincial forestry and how you can learn more about local forests.
Here are some ideas to help you form a team and find support in protecting forests near you.