Donate to the Range of Light Group
Contributions to the Range of Light Group through the Sierra Club Foundation via this link are tax-deductible as charitable contributions. These funds support public education, conservation activities, programming, and public interest activities.
You can also send a personal check payable to:
The Sierra Club Foundation and put Range of Light Group on the memo line.
Send it to:
The Sierra Club Foundation
85 Second Street, Suite 750
San Francisco, CA 94105
Group General Fund
Non-deductible donations support political advocacy and lobbying activities in addition to activities supported by tax-deductible donations.If you wish to make a non-deductible donation to the Range of Light Group, please mail your check made out to “Range of Light Group, Sierra Club to: Range of Light Group, PO Box 1973, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546-1973.
Why should you donate to us?
Your continued financial and other support will enable us to continue
to oppose (including litigation as a last resort) unwise wind, water, and solar projects which destroy the environment while supporting renewable energy projects that are suitably located and undertake necessary environmental protection activities.
educational activities including efforts to engage local children and youth with the outdoors,
outings training and expansion of our range of outings,
outreach to the general public at various public events.
habitat restoration, trail planning, and monitoring projects (such as co-operative trail planning and restoration).
Past accomplishments of the Range of Light Group include:
our successful lawsuit to secure renewed water flow in the lower Owens River,
successful efforts to defeat a General Plan Amendment in Inyo County that would have opened unsuitable areas to renewable energy projects,
helping the Inyo National Forest develop a new Motorized Travel Plan that defined for the first time routes open to OHV (Off Highway Vehicles) and closed many illegal routes,
aiding in passage of the Eastern Sierra and Northern San Gabriel Wild Heritage Act as part of the 2009 Omnibus Wilderness bill -expansions to Hoover, John Muir, and Ansel Adams wilderness; new Upper Owens River headwaters, Granite Mountain and White Mountains (including Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest) wilderness areas.