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Memories of Muir 3/2/17

In 1867, John Muir, Botanist & later founder of Sierra Club, walked from Indiana across Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. He traversed the Florida wilds from Fernandina, through Gainesville and onto Cedar Key.  In his published journal, A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf, his charming style shows […]


Conservation Report December 2016

By Whitey Markle Many years ago in Lake City, the Suwannee River Water Management District, the St. Johns River Water Management District, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection conducted a “public workshop” in which the regional water managers told us of a new plan for conserving the water in […]


November 2016 News From the Chair

By Maryvonne Devensky Hello everyone, I hope you are all enjoying the beautiful weather we are having. It is time to spend more time gardening, camping, hiking, or just “being outside.” Soon the Sandhill cranes will come back to Paynes Prairie and we will hear their beautiful calls over Gainesville. […]


EVENT CHANGES DUE TO HURRICANE

1) GENERAL MEETING tonight, October 6th, Memories of John Muir is CANCELED 2) OPEN HOUSE AT THE Ft WHITE location of new Sierra Office.      This is rescheduled for Saturday NOVEMBER 12, 2016.      PLEASE MAKE CHANGES ON MeetUp page and FB, twitter, whatever we use. 3)  SABAL […]


Conservation Report

By Whitey Markle AMENDMENT 1 “SMART” (DUMB) SOLAR………….VOTE NO ON NOVEMBER 8. See VoteNoOn1.org. Floridians for Solar Choice, Inc. has a wonderful website that explains clearly the circumstances and implications of the “smart” solar amendment (A-1) that will be the first ballot initiative voters will see on November 8th. The […]