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Current priority conservation efforts of the El Paso Group include the following Smart Goals. Smart Goals are S-specific, M-measurable, A-evaluated as achievable, R-have identifiable resources and T-include a timeline. For more information on our SMART goals contact anyone on the Executive Committee.
Smart Goal 1
Leader – Laurence Gibson. Blue bin contamination. Support El Paso’s recycling program to make sure that the blue bin program is successful.
Smart Goal 2
Leader Rick LoBello. Return of the Wolf To Texas Educational Initiative. The Sierra Club will help to put the return of the wolf to Texas back on the conservation radar screen in North America.
Smart Goal 3
Leader Jim Tolbert. Prevent Future Quarrying Near McKelligon Canyon. Boundaries between the State Park and the Cemex Quarry near McKelligon Canyon need to be surveyed.
Smart Goal 4
Leader Rick LoBello. Help establish Big Bend Maderas Del Carmen International Biosphere Reserve.
Smart Goal 5
Leaders – Neysa Hardin and Ann Falknor. Launch a Outdoor Leadership Training 101 program for our club in El Paso.
Smart Goal 6
Leader Francesca Wigle. Come up with design for a El Paso Sierra Club t-shirt including pricing and ordering information
Smart Goal 7
Leader Neysa Hardin. Sierra Student Coalition of Americas High School. This goal is focused on getting kids outside.
Support the efforts of the El Paso Sierra Club Group
El Paso Group Executive Committee
Laurence Gibson, Chair
Rick LoBello, Vice Chair
Neysa Hardin, Sierra Student Coalition Coordinator
Ann Falknor, Secretary
Kathy Sunday, Treasurer
Jim Tolbert, Programs
El Paso Sierra Club Online
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