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All General Meetings are open to everyone whether you are a Sierra Club member or not. Meetings are held at the Central United Methodist Church, 3700 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, in the Fireside Room, across from UOP Tower. (Please see the map at the bottom of the page.) Meetings are scheduled for the fourth Monday of each month unless otherwise noted. We start at 7:00 pm (except the October meeting which starts at 7:30 pm this year as it is hosted by Audubon). For information about Executive Committee Meetings please click on our Calendar link located above.
 
There are no General Meetings May, June and July.
General Meeting Monday, August 25, at 7:00 pm - Diary of a Steelhead Trout: From River to Sea and Back Again own Back Yard.
Prior to September's Coastal Cleanup event, Dr. Stacey Sherman will discuss the connectivity of our rivers to the ocean. It's not just the coast that needs some help! We'll focus on a fish that makes the epic round-trip journey between freshwater and the ocean and consider how people have made that trip even more difficult.

We will also take signups for Coastal CleanUp along the Calaveras River on September 22, 2014.

Stacy Sherman has a Ph.D. in Marine Biology and Fisheries from the University of Miami, but has been converted to the study of freshwater fishes in her seven years in Stockton. She is the coordinator for the Friends of the Lower Calaveras River.
General Meeting Monday, September 22 at 7:00 pm - "It's Just a Bunch of Rocks and Dirt".
. . .And so much more! The wonder that can be found being able to look and see and understand all that is Death Valley will be the focus this evening. Jim Murch's presentation centers around photography of Death Valley and an understanding of the processes that are on going in the valley. Especially featured in the photography are the light, the sunrise, the sunset and the nights. Jim Murch is retired; he and his wife have been married for 35 years; and his hobbies are wood working, photography, and traveling.
General Meeting Tuesday, October 14 at 7:30 pm - "Doc Nancy" speaks on Giant Sequoias.
(This is our annual meeting with Audubon and they will be hosting the meeting. Please note the change in date and time.)

Nancy E. Muleady-Mecham, Ph.D. (her students and you can just call her Doc Nancy) discusses giant sequoias this evening. Presently she is Adjunct Professor of Biology, Northern Arizona University, Visiting Lecturer, University of Virginia, and Semester At Sea Fulbright Scholar, Gorno-Altaisk State University, Russian Federation. She is also a U.S. National Park Ranger, Retired, and lives in Arnold, California. (More detailed information to be provided.)
 
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