The Sierra Club has its version of conservation history, too, just like everyone else:
“Adams lobbied Congress for a Kings Canyon National Park, the [Sierra] Club’s priority issue in the 1930’s, and created an impressive, limited-edition book, Sierra Nevada: The John Muir Trail, which influenced both Interior Secretary Harold Ickes and President Franklin Roosevelt to embrace the Kings Canyon Park idea. The park was created in 1940.”
Moreover, the article reminds us that AA was elected in 1934 to the Sierra Club’s Board of Directors, a position he held for 37 years.
(Source: The Sierra Club’s History Page about AA.)
Below AA cooks-up something delicious, probably a serving of 8x10 film.