About the Huron Valley Group
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,
The Huron Valley Group is part of the Michigan
Chapter of the Sierra Club, which includes all of Michigan. The Huron Valley
Group itself includes most of the Huron River watershed, including Washtenaw,
Lenawee, and Monroe counties.
explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the Earth; to practice
and promote the responsible use of the Earth's ecosystems and
resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore
the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use
all lawful means to carry out these objectives. Since its founding
in 1892, the Sierra Club has been our nation's most effective
defender of wilderness and the environment.The Huron Valley Group
represents Washtenaw, Lanawee and Monroe counties.
Membership in the Sierra Club
are welcome to participate in Huron Valley Group general meetings
and most activities even if you are not a member (some outings
are limited to Club members).
Club has several membership categories, based on desire to
contribute, age, and income. When you join the Sierra Club, one
membership application enrolls you into the nation-wide club, a
Chapter, and a Group, based on your mailing address. The Sierra
Club has over 60 Chapters which generally correspond
to states. The Michigan
Chapter includes all of Michigan, and it is further divided
regional Groups. The Huron Valley Group includes
all of Washtenaw, Monroe, and Lenawee Counties.
For a limited time: $15 annual membership + free rucksack!
If you'd like to learn more:
Publications (including newsletter
Contact the Huron Valley Group