The Sierra Club, the nation’s oldest grassroots environmental organization, was established by John Muir in 1892. In Mississippi, the Sierra Club has been active for over two decades, working to protect the health of communities and the environment. The Mississippi Chapter is comprised of three groups around the state – the Golden Triangle Group (Starkville/Oxford): Juliet Tang, Chair, 662-338-5426, the Central Group (Jackson): Jo Miner, Chair, and the Coast Group: Steve Shepard, Chair, 228-872-0508. Media inquiries can be directed to State Director Louie Miller, at 601-624-3503 and to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact your closest local group if you would like to help plan outings, participate in environmental events, or work on campaigns. And if you would like to contribute financially to the state chapter, please enclose a check made out to “Mississippi Chapter, Sierra Club", and address to: Mississippi Sierra Club, 921 North Congress St. Jackson, Mississippi 39202.