The Alamo The Alamo Group of the Sierra Club
Explore, enjoy and protect the planet

We are over 2,000 local volunteers promoting energy efficiency, a clean environment, and livable communities

General Meetings

Tuesday, October 21st: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Jessica Alderson, Urban Biologist, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, will discuss impact of drought on wildlife.

Tuesday, November 18th: Solar Update

Lanny Sinkin, of Solar San Antonio, will give an update on progress made in solar energy, particularly distributed energy.

Times, maps and speaker bios are on our Events page.

Next Lion's Field Event

Wednesday, September 24th: The Cove

The Cove examines dolphin hunting practices in Japan and was awarded the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 2010.

Visit our Lion's Field Events page for a map, times and more events.

Upcoming Community Events

High-level Radioactive Waste: What San Antonio Needs to Know NOW
Thursday, October 2nd
Fiesta Room (CUC111) of the Trinity University Coates Center

San Antonio Arbor Day & National Public Lands Day
Saturday, November 8th
Eisenhower Park, 19399 NW Military Hwy

For more information about these events, click the event title or go to our Community Events page.

Next Social Event

Sierrans enjoying dinner and drinks

Friday, September 26th: Fratello’s Deli

Good selection of sandwiches and pizza. Contact Loyd Cortez (phone 454-2052 or email) if planning to attend.

Visit our Social Events page for maps, times and information about future gatherings.

Take Action Today!

The Sierra Club needs your action on important issues affecting our environment. Just click on the link(s) below to read the action alerts and fill out a brief form that is automatically sent to your Senators, Representatives and other elected officials.

A new Keystone XL approved?

The whole sky was burning

Protect Blair Mountain from MTR mining

We're not Big Oil's open sewer

Stop exploding trains

got science?

The worst next-door neighbor

Prohibit Coal Tar-Based Sealants

Ask City Council to Ban Single-use Plastic Bags

For more urgent Sierra Club alerts, visit our Action Alerts page.


Make your voice heard! City council decisions, regulatory actions, legislation in Austin; we need to be ready to act at a moment's notice to support the good and stop the bad.
Sometimes all it takes is a simple phone call or email message to sway the opinion of our local elected leaders and officials. Contact us and we will add you to our Alamo Sierra Club Action Alert Email List. You don't have to be a Sierra Club member to receive our alerts, (but we do hope you'll join us).

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