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   Cimarron Group
Serving Oklahoma City
and Northwest Oklahoma

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Upcoming Events and Outings

August 21, General Meeting: Fracking and Earthquakes in Oklahoma
Oklahoma Sierra Club Chapter Conservation Chair, Jody Harlan, will give a presentation and host a group discussion regarding fracking and earthquakes in Oklahoma. Meetings start at 7:00 PM with wine and appetizers. Programs start at 7:30 PM.

August 24, Outings Meeting
Its time again for another fun Outings meeting! Everyone is welcome! Bring a potluck dish and some ideas for outings, or just come and be the first to hear about upcoming outings to get it on your calendar! Even if you're not an Outings Leader, if you have an idea for a possible outing, come and share it with us! There will be outings leaders in attendance ready and willing to assist with making your outing idea happen! Location: 12800 South Westminster Boulevard, Guthrie, OK

August 26, Reskilling: Wool spinning (into yarn)
This unique approach to spinning uses a hand-held drop spinner- which means it is portable allowing the user to spin yarn almost anywhere. The class will include a handout and basic instruction in cleaning and carding (preparing to spin) then spinning alpaca, goat, and sheep wool, your own spinner to keep, and 2oz of raw wool to spin.  Registration deadline August 8th! For more information and to register, click here!

Aug 29 - Sept 1, Outing: Car Camp & Backpack
Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument, NM
Join us in a car camping/backpacking introduction to one of the nation’s newest national monuments.  Our first night (Friday, 8/29) we will car camp at the La Junta Overlook group campsite. The next day we will backpack approximately one mile down into the Rio Grande gorge (an 800-foot change in elevation), where we will set up camp along the river for the next two nights. On Sunday (8/31) we will have all day to explore the Rio Grande river trail and its riparian environment. On Monday (9/1) we hike back up the canyon trail to our cars and make the trip home. There is a 25 person limit for this trip, Click HERE for more information and to secure your spot!


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Mission Statement

To explore, enjoy and protect the planet.

To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources.

To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment.

To use all lawful means to carry out those objectives.