What we're about

"This is a group for anyone interested in hiking, biking, camping, kayaking, etc., as well as conservation volunteering- invasives removal, plug planting, lake and stream cleanups. All skill levels and ages are welcome, and you don’t have to be a Sierra Club member to attend. Our trips are led by trained volunteers and are scouted ahead of time. Our goal is to explore, enjoy and protect the planet. Suggested donation $3. Ages 18 and under need a parent along or a waiver signed. All outings are rated for difficulty.

Upcoming events (2)

Virtual - Traditional Indigeneous Environmental Knowledge

Join Us for an evening with national indigenous leader, Jim Denomie from the Bad River Band of Chippewa, who will be discussing the importance of traditional ecological knowledge, the Indigenous history of the Great Lakes, the Indigenous struggle against fossil fuels in northern Wisconsin, and how environmentalists can support Indigenous priorities. Everyone Is Welcome. Be sure to register here to get the Zoom link: https://act.sierraclub.org/events/details?formcampaignid=7013q000001lYH9AAM

Speaker Series "Tune your ears to the singing insects"

Online event

Negin Almassi, Naturalist at Cook County Forest Preserves will share the sounds of summer with us. Tune your ears to the singing insects will enhance your understanding of the sounds of summer. Learn acoustic monitoring vocabulary and compare insect songs to musical instruments.This event is for the entire family! Tune in to the sounds of summer right outside your window. Register here for Zoom link: https://act.sierraclub.org/events/details?formcampaignid=7013q000001lSGnAAM

Past events (14)

Speaker Series: Camping for Newbies

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