Local Sierra Club chapter's current work includes efforts on an act before Congress
Broadcast date: 7/30/2014
The Santa Lucia Chapter of the Sierra Club has had an important presence on the Central Coast since 1962. The group has been influential preserving local lands, including Montana de Oro State Park and the Santa Lucia Wilderness Area. Marisa Waddell talks with the chapter’s director and a member of its executive committee about current efforts, like the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act now before Congress, and a campaign for a national marine sanctuary that would extend from Cambria to Santa Barbara.