Green Links 

Sierra Club Links:

Change of Address:

You can request to change your mailing address by emailing address.changes@sierraclub.org.  Or you can log onto to the National website to change your address and control the types of national emails you receive.

Local Groups:
  • Kauai Group, Judy Dalton (dalton@aloha.net)
  • Maui Group, Lance Holter (holter@maui.net)
  • Moku Loa Group (Island of Hawaii), Roberta Brashear-Kaulfers (brashear@hawaii.edu)
  • Oahu Group, Willis Moore (hawaiigeographicsociety@gmail.com)

National Links:


Hawaii Chapter Policy Statements:

The Sierra Club Hawai`i Chapter has developed policy statements on the issues listed below. These statements instruct the lobbying and conservation efforts of the club.

 Helpful Green Links:

 Getting involved with the Sierra Club is as easy as 1, 2, 3!


Volunteers ready to race for clean water






The Sierra Club is the nation’s oldest and largest grassroots organization for a reason – our volunteers are an integral part of everything we do!

Here are some simple ways that you can become a part of this important work!

1. Sign up to Take Action and receive our Monthly E-Newsletter!

Online activism is a fast, easy and amazingly effective way for you to make a difference. And, our monthly e-newsletter is a great way to stay on top of the Sierra Club’s upcoming events, meetings, and other happenings.

2. Check out our Events Calendar!

Almost all of our events, meetings, and activities are open to the public, and certainly to new volunteers. Attending one of our regular meetings or events is a great way to meet other volunteer leaders and learn about ways to get involved in an issue or activity that interests you!

3. Fill out our Volunteer Form!

Whether you’re interested in attending a meeting, tabling at an event, analyzing policy, helping us fundraise, or lending your handy skills around the office, there’s a place for you! Fill out our volunteer form and tell us how you want to get involved!