To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth’s ecosystem and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment.
1) Grizzly Bear Ecosystems Project
The Sierra Club Grizzly Bear Ecosystems Project is working to protect and restore wild grizzly populations and their habitat in the lower 48 United States and Canada. We believe that the grizzly bear is a key indicator of the health of wildland ecosystems in the western United States and Canada. We are committed to ensuring that grizzly populations are healthy and large enough to be viable in the long-term, and that strong habitat protections are in place prior to removing the grizzly from the endangered species list. In Wyoming, we are working to protect the grizzly of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from premature delisting.
2) Wild America: Protecting the Lands of Lewis & Clark
Americans are all explorers at heart. We are all engaged in our own journeys of discovery of our nation. And part of our journey, and our responsiblity to our country and our children, is to protect the wilderness left in trust to us. The Sierra Club believes there can be no better way to honor the expedition, or the explorer in each of us, than to protect and restore wild America, the lands and legacy of Lewis and Clark. In Wyoming, our connections to the Lewis & Clark legacy runs deep. They identified and described many of Wyoming’s native species