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Protect America's Environment.
For Our Families, For Our Future

The Sierra Club is a non-profit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of the natural environment by influencing public policy decisions--legislative, administrative, legal, and electoral.

In the June issue of the Planet:
Timber!! - A Planet special report on the hundred year anniversary of the Organic Act, the law which first authorized logging in America's Forest reserves.

In this month's Sierra:
Backyard Pharmacopoeia - Is there a doctor in the garden?

In our issue area: Clean Air
The EPA is proposing new air quality standards for smog(ozone) and particulates. Find about the science behind the new standards and the health benefits of the proposed new standards.

Chapter Spotlight
The Ventana Chapter - The virtual outing is a cool feature. Don't forget the real chapter outings!

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