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Many Groups and Sections sponsor their own local campaigns.
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The Sierra Club Angeles Chapter is engaged in over 30 campaigns to make Los Angeles and Orange Counties more livable. Volunteer activists promote livability in their communities by organizing around everything from land preservation and public transportation to air quality and sustainable consumption. For more information on our campaigns, click on the links below.

Angeles Chapter Priority Campaigns
Watersheds in Los Angeles and Orange Counties

Open Spaces, Wild Places Campaign
The Santa Clara River Greenway Campaign
The San Gabriel River Campaign

Chapter-Wide Campaigns
Air Quality Committee
Endangered Species/Wildlife Task Force
Forest Task Force
Save the Puente-Chino Hills Task Force
Sustainable Population and Consumption Committee
Transportation Committee

Los Angeles County Campaigns
Save the Ballona West Bluffs
Save the Verdugo Mountains
Preserve Tejon Ranch / Expand the California Poppy Reserve
Protect Los Angeles Urban Parks
Harbor Vision Task Force
Preservation of the Ballona Wetlands
Santa Monica Mountains Task Force
Save Solstice Creek

Orange County Campaigns
Open Spaces, Wild Places
Save Banning Ranch
Save the Coyote Hills
Point Headlands Action Group
Save the Orange Hills
Saddleback Canyons Task Force
Santa Ana Mountains Task Force
Save Hobo and Aliso Ridge
Save Crystal Cove
Friends of the Foothills
Orange County Native American Sacred Sites Task Force

National, Regional, and Chapter Partnership Campaigns Affecting our Local Area
The Owens Valley — A River Will Run Through It
Southern California Forests Campaign
The California/Nevada Desert Committee
Great Coastal Places Campaign
California Wild Heritage Campaign


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