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South Carolina Sierra Club
Post Office Box 2388
Columbia, South Carolina 29202


Upcoming Events

Meeting Announcement (April 21) PDF Print E-mail

April Meeting of the John Bachman group

Who:  Jim Gandy, South Carolina Sierra Club Media Person of the Year
What:  "How Climate Change is impacting South Carolina"
When:  Monday, April 21, 2014 at 7pm (light supper at 6:30pm)
Where:  Green Quad Learning Center on the USC Campus, 1216 Wheat Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29208.



Read more: Meeting Announcement (April 21)
Help Bring Solar Power to SC PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy

Support The Energy System Freedom of Ownership Act (S.536)


The time to act is now!  We are on the cusp of passing ground-breaking solar power legislation in South Carolina (S.536)—but we need your help to move this legislation forward.

S.536, known as “The Energy System Freedom of Ownership Act,” works to allow third parties to lease solar panels to South Carolinians so that panels don’t have to be purchased outright in order to use solar energy in our state.

Read more: Help Bring Solar Power to SC
Outings Training (May 3-4) PDF Print E-mail


The John Bachman Group of the South Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club is hosting an Outings Leader Training for current and prospective members who would be interested in leading an outing.  You must be 18 years old, a member of the Sierra Club and willing to take the required Outings Leader Training (OLT).

The Outings Leader Training (OLT) weekend will be May 3-4, 2014 at Sesquicentennial State Park, 9564 Two Notch Rd. Columbia, SC 29223.

Read more: Outings Training (May 3-4)
Help Protect SC's Waters PDF Print E-mail
Water Quality

Edisto River Conflict Reveals Need for Greater Protection of SC’s Rivers


California is facing one of the worst water crises in its history.  The state's drought has drawn down lakes, rivers and reservoirs that are needed for industry, agriculture and drinking water.  A number of communities will run out of water in forty- to sixty-days if there is no rain.  If South Carolina does not plan carefully for the future use of its water, it may face the same crisis.  We will be forced to choose among agricultural, industrial and recreational use and habitat protection, as is happening in California.

Read more: Help Protect SC's Waters
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