Hawaii Chapter Programs:
What Is a Sierra Club Chapter or Group?
The statewide Hawaii Chapter gives you the opportunity to get involved locally. Chapters offer opportunities for hikes and other outings (most of the outings are at the “group” level), activism on local and state issues, and much more.
Each Sierra Club chapter comprises one or more groups. The Hawaii Chapter has four groups. Groups concentrate their activity on a small geographical area. Through your Sierra Club group, you can get involved in issues that directly effect your local area.
The Hawaii Chapter also has two special "sections" that focus on conservation and educational efforts. The High School Hikers Program provides a program through which high school students can experience hiking skills and environmental subjects. The Hawaii Service Trip Program provides opportunities to spend several days or a week in actively preserving Hawaiian ecosystems.
The Hawaii Chapter Is Run By Volunteers
Contact your group's chair, or go to your group's website to find out how to get involved on your island with your Sierra Club. Or check out our handy volunteer form.