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The Insider: The official newsletter of the Sierra Club
Sept 8, 2009: In This Issue
  • Party for Parks!
  • Win a National Park Trip
  • Show Love for Your Farmers Market
  • Help the Florida Panther
  • Join now!

    Today's green tip
    To clean those windowpanes, fill a spray bottle with a vinegar and water mixture to make a DIY wash.

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    EXPLORE
    Hawk Watch

    Spy on an Eagle
    Fall means it's time for the southbound migration of hawks, falcons, and other raptors.

    Over at Sierra Club Trails, "Birding Phil" reveals his favorite "hawk watch" spots and explains how to find the best place near you to check out the action.

    ENJOY
    Honey Brothers

    Grenier, Gold, and Green
    The Honey Brothers, a band featuring both Adrian Grenier and the real "Ari Gold," are on the road right now -- and they're making it totally green in terms of how they travel, where they stay, how they eat... the works.

    To learn more about how they're doing it (and for a free download of their great new song, "Demonstration") visit the Climate Crossroads Green Music group

    On the Radio
    This week on Sierra Club Radio:
    1) Mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa. 2) Eric Simons on his new book, Darwin Slept Here: Discovery, Adventure, and Swimming Iguanas in Charles Darwin's South America. 3) Annie Somerville gives green cuisine tips.

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    PROTECT

    We Got the Lead Out
    Three years after the Sierra Club first drew attention to the issue, the EPA has finally taken real action to protect children from being poisoned by their own toys. 

    Party for ParksStill Time to Party for National Parks
    Just nineteen days left until the debut of the Ken Burns documentary, The National Parks: America's Best Idea, and we're more excited than a ten-year-old waiting for Old Faithful.

    Best of all, hundreds of folks all over the country have signed up to host a "Party for Parks" where they'll watch a sneak-peek preview DVD and then send a note to Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar asking him to keep our national parks safe from new global-warming threats.

    Don't be left out! You still have until September 13 to sign up as a party host and receive the free DVD

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    Sierra Club Green Home


    Win a Trip for TwoWin a Trip for Two to a National Park
    With all the excitement over The National Parks: America's Best Idea, Sierra Club Outings is highlighting an assortment of upcoming trips to national parks, but you can also check out our full list of outings that still have space available.

    We want to be sure you know that our friends at Honest Tea« are giving away three trips for two from Sierra Club Outings, plus airfare and a year's supply of organic Honest Tea (total package value of up to $3,250).

    The next drawing for a free trip is on September 30, so don't wait to enter! 

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    We Love Farmers MarketsWho Hates Farmers Markets?
    Nobody that we know! Great produce, great prices, and you're helping the planet by supporting local growers. Farmers market fans now have their own home on our Climate Crossroads network -- a place to brag about your favorite market, share your best recipes, and connect with other market fans.

    Right now, we're asking for photos from markets across the country -- anything from photogenic fruit to funky bags to favorite farmers. We'll highlight the best pics in a special slideshow and include everyone's contributions in a new Farmers Market Photomap of the U.S.A.

    Join the group and add your photos now!

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    Sierra Club Voyager duffel bagHelp the Florida Panther
    We've told you about the desperate situation for the Florida panther -- eight have been killed by vehicles alone this year. So far, more than 40,000 people have helped by signing our petition to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, asking him to declare critical habitat for the panther. That's great -- but we want to reach our goal of 50,000 signatures.

    Help us keep the momentum going and get a free gift by helping us reach our goal! We'll send YOU a free Sierra Club Voyager duffel bag if you refer at least five friends who are new to the Sierra Club and who sign our petition using our refer-a-friend website.

    Our new refer-a-friend website, makes it easy to tell friends and family via email, Facebook, or Twitter that Florida panthers need help. And your friends won't ever be contacted by the Sierra Club unless they sign our petition and tell us that they want to know more. 

    The situation for the panthers is desperate -- they can't wait any longer for our help. Please take action and help spread the word right now! 

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