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Special Events


September 16-17: 2015 Sustainable Cleveland Summit. Cleveland Public Auditorium, 500 Lakeside Ave. Cleveland. Find out what progress Cleveland is making on Sustainable Cleveland 2019, meet hundreds of leaders, co-create a sustainability plan and hear from inspiring speakers like Naomi Davis, founder of Blacks in Green. Click here for more information and registration.

September 16-17: Mining in Intag Ecuador: Community Resistance, Threatened Ecology & the Myths of Progress. The NEO Sierra Club Rainforest Committee, in collaboration with the Cleveland Botanical Garden and Baldwin Wallace University, is sponsoring another lecture in its series on conservation in Colombia and Ecuador.
Sept. 16 – Baldwin Wallace University, Surrarrer Auditorium, Telfer Hall, 4:15 PM.
Sept. 17 – Cleveland Botanical Garden, 7:30 PM.
More info

Sunday, September 20, 1-5 PM: CLEAN Forum on NEO Environmental Activism. St. Paul’s Community Church, 4427 Franklin Blvd, Cleveland 44102. Do you know what environmental threats your neighbors are fighting in NEO? Find out what is happening, who is involved, and how you can help. Free and open to the public. Lunch provided, RSVP appreciated to Anne at or 216-791-0797.

Saturday, September 26, 9 AM-noon: Mentor Headlands Beach Cleanup. Sierra Club volunteers will meet up to clean the dunes on a monthly basis. Come hike the trails in the dunes and help us keep this important coastal ecosystem free of trash and debris. Gloves, trash bags, buckets, pickers, snacks and water cooler provided – bring shoes suitable for walking in sand, sunscreen, water bottles, and bug spray. Contact: or click here to sign up.

Tuesday, September 29: Get on the Bus to Cut Fracking Pollution! The EPA is holding one of three public hearings in Pittsburgh to get input directly from people like you. Join hundreds of activists and concerned citizens on September 29 to show the EPA that we demand an end of business-as-usual for the oil and gas industry. More info


Contact Jessica Ferrato at to sign up for a cleanup or a workshop, arrange a drop-off of donated items for a fundraiser, help prepare & distribute rain barrels to salons, volunteer to help out with any event, or find out more!

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Recurring Events

SATURDAYS 3:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday Walks at the Nature Center Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
2600 S. Park Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio 44120 (Map)

Meet at the front door to the exhibit area each Saturday for a walk around our trails led by the weekend naturalist. Free! For a Nature Walk Schedule, call (216) 321-5935 or visit

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City Fresh Mondays
Great Lakes Brewing Company Cellar

A monthly gathering of folks who want to learn, have dialogues and collaborate on issues related to food, health, community development and the environment. Hosted by the New Agrarian Center and Great Lakes Brewing Company. Free! For more info, contact Brad Masi, NAC Executive Director

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Other Resources for Fun Activities Cleveland Metroparks

Cuyahoga Valley National Park
216-524-1497 or 440-546-5991

Lake County Metroparks

Native Plant Society of Northeast Ohio

Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

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Committee News

Executive Committee

There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Northeast Ohio Sierra Club. We have an opening in our ExCom Committee, we need fundraising and events volunteers, help with Inspiring Connections Outdoors–a program for taking kids on monthly outings and more. Read more…

Coal & Energy

Stand up against coal bailouts in person June 15 in Columbus. June 15 marks the beginning of legal proceedings for First Energy’s bailout proposal. Read more…

Rainforest Committee

On June 9, at the behest of Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s National Assembly approved changes to the Organic Law that reduce protection for the marine reserve and facilitate investment of foreign capital for the development of large hotels, resorts, and new residential areas. Read more…