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Michelle Bobowick, Interning with SCA in Yellowstone National Park, 1985
It was 1958, when our family affair with the Student Conservation Association began. Since, then our family has continued its commitment to improving the world around us through SCA.
During the summer of ’69, twenty students arrived at Great Smokey Mountains National Park ready to clear windfall damage in...
When Student Conservation Association (SCA) supporter and 1983 alumnus, Bob Kachinski, was fresh out of college, he went on what...
“Something different” is what Jessica Aronson Cook was looking for when she first joined the Student Conservation Association (SCA) as...
Marty Talbot, Scott Warthin, Liz Putnam discuss their work with SCA
Marty Talbot’s conservation credentials are seemingly endless: she’s an award-winning biologist, an accomplished author, and her pioneering research has spanned more than 50 years and 60 countries. Marty is also co-founder of SCA.
Today Steph Jeffries is a professor in the Forestry and Environmental Resources Department at North Carolina State University. In the...
When asked what first inspired her interest in nature, award-winning wildlife photographer, Barbara Baird, said it was the flash of...
Great ways to celebrate Earth Day can include a walk in the park, attending a local Earth Day event, or...
“My dad is the driving force behind my desire to serve the planet. He was the one who took me to my first National Park…”
In 1976, as a high school junior, Ellen Tohn flew from New York to California to join an SCA trail crew in Yosemite National Park. The airline lost her luggage – but Ellen found her calling. Following another hitch with SCA, degrees at Cornell and MIT, and years of work in environmental policy, today Ellen is a nationally recognized expert in housing-based environmental health threats, indoor air quality and lead poisoning prevention.

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