Volunteers are the backbone of the Sierra Club, including the Utah Chapter. If you would be willing to monitor a proposed wilderness area, help with issues, lead outings, help with administrative tasks, or write or contribute photographs for the chapter newsletter, please let us know.
The Sierra Club is a grassroots organization. In contrast with most other environmental groups, most of the Sierra Club's work is done by volunteers, supported by a small number of paid staff. In Utah, volunteers help with phone banks, letter-writing, events and outings. In addition, a small core group of issue activists review environmental documents, represent us at public meetings and hearings, and research and write on specific public lands and environmental health issues.