New Jersey Sierra Club

The Sierra Club is a national, member-supported environmental organization, which seeks to influence public policy in both Washington and the state capitals through public education and grass-roots political action. 

With about 20,000 members, the New Jersey Chapter is the 10th largest of the 65 chapters in the USA, Canada and Mexico. We have three full-time professional staff in our Trenton office, and ten Local Groups which hold monthly meetings in various locations throughout the State.

2 protests

April 14, 2018, 10:00 am

Trenton, NJ

2018 New Jersey March for Science

The New Jersey March for Science is excited to announce our 2018 March. Join us on April 14 for a day of activism and education.

We are aiming to create an event that will allow supporters of science-based policy to make their voice...

December 5, 2017, 7:00 pm

West Orange, NJ

Save the EPA Educational Town Hall in West Orange

Congressman Frelinghuysen won’t hold a town meeting so we will. On December 5th, we’re hosting a forum to discuss his terrible environmental record. This includes budget cuts to agencies such as the EPA, DOI, and NOAA. We need you to come out...