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Explore Your Passion in New Sierra Club Networks

Are you the type who wants to crawl in a cave when you hear the term “social networking”? What if a single network could help you explore your passion – whether it’s finding great trails to hike or turning the tide on climate change?

I want to invite you to take a peek at Sierra Club Online Communities, our new "network of networks" that includes:

           Sierra Club Trails: trails.sierraclub.org
           Climate Crossroads: climatecrossroads.sierraclub.org
           Sierra Student Coalition: ssc.sierraclub.org

Now, I'm for protecting the planet as much as anyone, but as someone who came into the Sierra Club as an Inner City Outings leader, I have a special place in my heart for the "enjoy and enjoy" part of our "explore, enjoy, and protect" motto. So I'm especially excited to invite you to explore our new online community -- Sierra Club Trails. Check out the gorgeous home page:


To help you learn how to use Sierra Club Trails, Climate Crossroads, and the Sierra Student Coalition networks, we started a series of web tours as part of the Tuesday Conference Calls.

Earlier this week, some of our leaders got up-close-and-personal with an introduction to the Climate Crossroads site. The upcoming conference call on May 19 will be dedicated to touring you around Sierra Club Trails, a community dedicated to all things outdoors.

You can explore Sierra Club Trails on your own, of course, or join us for a guided tour next Tuesday. So grab your boots, bike, or boat and RSVP here.


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