It's September and the Turtle Coast Sierra Club is resuming our monthly membership meetings on the fourth Thursday of the month. The September meeting, on Thursday, September 25, 2014, will feature speakers Dr Ken Lindeman of FIT and Mike Daniel of Surfrider Sebastian Inlet Chapter, who will speak about major coastal issues affecting our area. Come and hear these well-informed men give an overview of these issues that affect us all!
Members and the public are invited to the meeting at the
Unitarian Universalist Friendship Hall, 3115 Friendship Place, off U.S. 1 just north of Suntree Blvd. The meeting will start at 7:00 PM, with
social time from 6:30 to 7:00.
Friday, September 12, 2014
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Upcoming 2014 Fall Outings
Friday-September 19th-6pm. Yoga on the beach with potluck afterward. Meet in the south pavilion at Paradise Beach, Melbourne FL. Bring an old sheet and yoga mat (all levels welcome). The $5 yoga donation goes to Turtle Coast Sierra Club. Call 321-432-4346 to RSVP.
Saturday-October 4th-8am. 3mile hike through Malabar Scrub Sanctuary, Malabar, FL. Bring water, sunscreen and wear appropriate shoes. Call 321-432-4346 to RSVP.
Saturday-November 22nd-8am. Paddle through the Turkey Creek Sanctuary. Meet at the Captain's House, Palm Bay, FL. Bring your own kayak or canoe and a personal floatation device! Call 432-4346 to RSVP.
2 service outings will also be announced for the Fall. One will be working with the Marine Resources Council and the other will be working with the EELS program. Stay tuned for those details soon! We expect to add more outings as new outings leaders come onboard!
Posted by Turtle Coast Sierra Club at 9:54 AM
Thursday, May 8, 2014
One of the best things anyone can do to ensure that our lawmakers protect Florida's rivers, springs, and coastal waters is to support Amendment 1 on the Nov 4 ballot, which sets aside 33%, or 1/3, of all monies received for document stamp taxes on real estate sales to conservation of water and land.
Although a law saying this should happen is on the books, recently the money has not been set aside for this purpose. That's why Sierra Club Florida, and the Turtle Coast Group, are supporting Amendment 1: the Water and Land Conservation Amendment.
Winning voter approval of Amendment 1 is fundamental to keeping our rivers, beaches, and wildlife areas healthy, and our drinking water clean for the next 20 years. To help reach as many voters as possible, Sierra Club Florida has pledged to match up to $10,000 for every dollar contributed by our individual members.
Please make your contribution today as every dollar matters and no amount is too small! Click on the following link to make an online donation. This donation will be matched by Sierra Club Florida.
Paid electioneering communication paid for by the Florida Sierra Club.
And you can sign up here to receive updates from the campaign: http://VoteYesOn1FL.org
Posted by Turtle Coast Sierra Club at 10:00 AM