Pieces of April

March 2006
Sierra;Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p60
The article reports that the members of the Sierra club hiked the Galapagos Islands. They went windsurfing, protested drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska explored, enjoyed and protected the planet. Hundreds of their inspiring stories were featured in the web project "Every Day Matters: A Day in the life of the Sierra Club."


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