Chapter Business

Delta Chapter Has a New Web Site

Delta Chapter is moving to a new web site. It is located at:

Please go there now to see our current postings. You can also copy the link to your bookmarks for future use.

National Club Election Coming This Spring

The annual election for the Club's Board of Directors is now underway. Those eligible to vote in the national Sierra Club election will receive in the mail (or by Internet if you chose the electronic delivery option) your national Sierra Club ballot. This will include information on the candidates and where you can find additional information on the Club's website.

The Sierra Club is a democratically structured organization at all levels. The Club requires the regular flow of views on policy and priorities from its grassroots membership in order to function well. Yearly participation in elections at all Club levels is a major membership obligation. Your Board of Directors is required to stand for election by the membership. This Board sets Club policy and budgets at the national level and works closely with the Executive Director and staff to operate the Club. Voting for candidates who express your views on how the Club should grow and change is both a privilege and responsibility of membership.

Sierra Club Delta Chapter Hires Conservation Program Coordinator


Delta Chapter is pleased to announce that we have hired Margie Vicknair-Pray to be Conservation Program Coordinator on a part time basis. Margie comes to us with a wealth of experience in environmental issues activism. She has also been a Sierra Club member and activist so she knows the Club and will be able to step right in to help Delta Chapter to conduct conservation related events and campaigns. Margie has a lengthy resume including technical writing and project development. She was the founding director of the Louisiana Coastal Cleanup program which was eventually adopted by the Louisiana Tourism Commission as a state program. She has worked in the O&G industry doing contract management and safety training. She was the Recycling manager for the City of New Orleans and she developed the Keep Mandeville Beautiful office for the City of Mandeville and worked as an independent consultant on development of recycling programs. She has recently been involved in the fight over fracking in St. Tammany Parish. Margie comes to us with many honors and awards marking her success in civic engagement. Margie is a native New Orleanian who grew up in St Tammany Parish.

We are very happy to have Margie Vicknair-Pray on the Sierra Club team in Louisiana and we look forward to new initiatives from Delta Chapter under her leadership.

Haywood “Woody” Martin, Chair
Sierra Club Delta Chapter

Delta Chapter Retreat, Lake Fausse Point State Park March 15-17

Group Shot 2013

This year's Delta Chapter Retreat was held on March 15-17, 2013. This is an annual, recreational event we do for our members and their guests. After a great breakfast on Saturday we had a very informative educational program starting with Frogwatch USA with Stacey Scarce, Cypress forests in the Atchafalaya with Dean Wilson, the State of Honey Bees with Brock Barker, Knot tying, Map reading and a Sunset Boat Ride on Lake Dauterive with Harold Schoeffler and a great fried catfish dinner. Spare time was dedicated to fishing, boating and visiting.

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