We need you to join the Sierra Club
(Note from JS and JM: Well, folks, what do you think? A rural, resource providing takeover of the Sierra Club? Wow!!! What a bandwagon to jump on! Just imagine! Teresa and Trent may have struck onto something. Filling the board of Sierra Club with people who have common sense...)
Loos Lips - Daily news a commentary by Trent Loos
January 21, 2004
By Trent Loos
of you are going to think this is nuts. I fully endorse Teresa Platt
and her plea to take over the Sierra Club. Act today. You always want
to know how you can help so forward this to everyone you know.
Please do link here to read and understand the whole thing, we need to get a seat on the board.
my family joined the Sierra Club - and why yours should too before
January 31, 2004!
Most of my friends are professional farmers, ranchers, fishermen, hunters and trappers, loggers and miners, whalers and sealers, resource providers from all over the world.
Such people are more often on the receiving end of Sierra Club campaigns, as opposed to members of Sierra Club.
why has my family joined the Sierra Club?
Since most Sierra Clubbers don't vote, it only takes about 30,000 votes for a candidate to win a seat on the board.
That's only 15,000 families with joint membership.
Executive Director Carl Pope noted that 18% of Sierra Club members fish and/or hunt (about 140,000 of the 780,000 Sierra Club members) and he worries that they will be driven out of the Club by the vegan/animal rights agenda pushed by Paul Watson.
In the news
The White River & Douglas Creek (Colorado) Conservation Districts will be holding their Annual Meeting & Banquet on January 24, 2004.
This year we have a very exciting and dynamic guest speaker, Trent Loos. Mr. Loos is a 6th generation farmer who has taken his passion for a rural lifestyle to bridge the gap between farmers and producers. Tickets are available at the District Office, 351 7th Street, Meeker or call 878-5628 x101. See you there!
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