- About Us
The Snohomish Group serves two counties: Snohomish and Island (Whidbey and Camano Islands). For more information, please contact co-chairs Rebecca Wolfe at email@example.com or Jackie Minchew at JWMchew@aol.com
Our Group's monthly eNewsletter includes our calendar of events. To receive a single sample copy send your name and email address to: Snohomish@Washington.SierraClub.org with "eNews Request" in the subject line.
Group leaders are all volunteers and work on local conservation issues, outings and political activities. We'd love to have your help, please let us know what your volunteer interests are.
See our future outings and events on the Chapter calendar.Next Volunteers and Leaders Meeting:
Tuesday September 9th, 7:00 pm at REI in Lynnwood. (Alderwood Mall) in the second floor conference room (near the rest rooms). Please join us. We're working on issues such as coal exports and protecting the Skykomish River. For details contact Rebecca Wolfe at 425-774-6546.
Snowshoe trip near Stevens Pass
Hike: Lime Kiln Trail and visit the Granite Falls Museum.
Walk: Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge
Walk: Birding at the Nature Conservancy Port Susan Preserve (Stanwood)
Hike: Heybook Lookout
Hike: Wallace Falls State Park
Hike: Fir Island viewing trumpeter swans, snow geese, eagles and hawks.
Hike: Park Butte Lookout, Mt. Baker Wilderness
Hike: Iron Goat Trail near Stevens Pass.
Hike: Ebey's Landing on Whidbey Island.
Green Everett Sustainable Energy Fair and Solar Tour.
Toured the Stillaguamish River and the winter damage to Forest Service land on the Mountain Loop Highway.
Hike: Mt. Baker - Austin pass. It was fantastic.
Fundraiser for our endorsed candidates.
Visited the water treatment plant at Quilceda Village behind the casino on the Tulalip Tribes land.
Hike: Lake 22 on the Mountain Loop Highway.
Tree Planting Earth Day 2010 - Quil Ceda Options Campus, Tulalip.
Tree Planting Earth Day 2009 - Jones Creek, Marysville
Tree Planting Earth Day 2008 - Strawberry Fields playfields, Marysville.
Celebrated Earth Day 2007 with Sno-Isle Libraries. We showed one of the most talked-about, award-winning documentaries of the year, "An Inconvenient Truth", a fun ecology quiz, discussion, and special give-aways.
The photo below shows the Snohomish Group and friends collecting trash on Earth Day 2006 on Spencer Island in North Everett.
For more photos, please visit the Snohomish photo page.