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The Sierra Club is an active and fun environmental organization. Come join us for hikes, outings, art openings, talks by experts, beer, volunteer opportunities, and great conversation about environmental issues! There are tons of ways to get involved with this group.

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Volunteer Wednesday

Sierra Club Office

Come by the office for a variety of volunteer activities - data entry, political campaigning, etc. Since the election is right around the corner, volunteer efforts are even more important right now!

Albuquerque Open Space Clean-up

Montaño Road Northwest

Come join us at the Pueblo Montano Open Space as we partner with the Albuquerque Open Space Division to pickup trash, maintain trails and celebrate our amazing open spaces. Meet at 8:45 a.m. at the designated open space area. Bring water, sunscreen, gloves, hat and a snack, and wear closed-toed shoes. This is a great activity for families with children. Contact leader no later than May 2nd to RSVP. Terry Owen,[masked], [masked] If you love the bosque and our open spaces I hope you'll join us! Gear List: Gloves Closed-toe shoes Water Snack Hat Sunscreen Backpack or daypack

Volunteer Wednesday

Sierra Club Office

Come by the office for a variety of volunteer activities - data entry, political campaigning, etc. Since the election is right around the corner, volunteer efforts are even more important right now!

Easy/moderate hike along the Las Conchas Trail in the Jemez Mountains

Friday, May 10. Easy/moderate hike along the Las Conchas Trail in the Jemez Mountains. We will meet at 9 a.m. at the farthest NW area of the Home Depot parking lot at 7700 US Hwy 550, Rio Rancho, NM. Carpooling is recommended due to limited parking at the trailhead. Round trip hike is 2.5 miles with about 100 feet total elevation gain. Beautiful mountains in the pine forest along the trout-filled Jemez River. We will also pass through the hewn-through-the-mountain Gilman Tunnels on the way to Las Conchas. Trail is Not handicap accessible. Cameras and binoculars are recommended. Dress in layers, bring water, snacks, and we encourage water resistant footwear. No dogs. No children under 12 years old. After the hike, we will return and have lunch at Los Ojos Restaurant in Jemez Springs, NM. Details, updates and sign-up for this Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter event at Meetup Site http://meetu.ps/c/2P1jJ/Cw6zc/a. Sign-up and RSVP no later than May 5, 2019. This hiking event is hosted by June Parsons and Terry Owen, [masked][masked]

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Volunteer Wednesday

Sierra Club Office

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