3700 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA
The root of nearly all of our current problems is overpopulation and this presentation will cover various aspects of the problem and offer some solutions to the problem if acted upon.
Lee Miller grew up on a family farm in New Jersey and learned gardening from his mother and farming from his father. He graduated with a BS in biology from Elizabethtown College in 1960 and a MS in biological sciences from the University of Delaware in 1963. He subsequently worked as a fisheries biologist for the California Department of Fish and Game for 37 years, mostly on San Francisco Bay-Delta fisheries problems relative to Delta water development. He retired as a Supervising Senior Biologist in 2000. He is currently a member of the Sierra Club Mother-Lode Chapter’s Committee for a Sustainable World Population.
All General Meetings are open to everyone whether you are a Sierra Club member or not. Meetings are held at the Central United Methodist Church, 3700 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, in the Fireside Room, across from UOP Tower. Meetings are scheduled for the fourth Monday of each month unless otherwise noted. We start at 7:00 pm (except the October meeting which starts at 7:30 pm) with a social time afterwards.
We do not schedule General Meetings during May, June, and July. We hope you will find time to get out and explore the planet.