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New Youth Jobs Initiatives Mark Student Conservation Association’s 55th Anniversary

Seattle Post Intelligencer

10,000 Placements Per Year Projected by 2020

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) June 25, 2012

Young military veterans, youth of color, Native Americans and others will benefit from new programs announced today by the Student Conservation Association (SCA),...Read more

Backcountry stewards, assistant forest rangers will patrol outdoors

Adirondack Daily Enterprise

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Returning vets fight fire

Crossville Chronicle

Source: Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN. May 22, 2012. Random Thoughts: Returning vets fight fire

By Dorothy Copus Brush

CROSSVILLE —...Read more

Obama Administration to Hire 20,000 Young People for Summer Work on Public Lands

USDA Office of Communications

Vilsack, Salazar, Sutley Announce $3.7 Million in Competitive Grants for New or Expanded Youth Corps

WASHINGTON, and SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS, CA, May 18, 2012 – In response to President Obama’s call to expand opportunities for summer employment for young people and connect...Read more

Environmental science lessons extended outside the classroom

Winnisquam Echo

Source: Donna Rhodes, Winnisquam Echo (pdf)

Jesse Teeter and Steven Silvestri of...Read more

Huge swath of Angeles National Forest reopens

Times Community News

Source: Beige Luciano-Adams and Jason Wells, Times Community News

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Union Bank teams with SCA to protect California parks

SCA

Partnership Includes Volunteer Restoration Project at Chino Hills State Park

 

(SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA) – May 15, 2012 – California state parks will get some crucial extra hands this summer thanks to a new partnership announced by The Student Conservation Association...Read more

SCA Manchester member awarded Youth Conservationist Award

WildNH.com

Source: NH Fish and Game Dept.

CONCORD, N.H. – Six New Hampshire citizens and organizations were recently...Read more

SCA Alumna featured in Winds of Change

Winds of Change

This article appears in the American Indian Science and Engineering Society’s
Spring 2012 issue of Winds of Change.

Valentina Vavages, Tohono O’odham, grew up surrounded by...Read more

Volunteers clear out wild growth on Belle Isle

Detroit Free Press
On the Saturday before Earth Day, a group of students and nature lovers took to Belle Isle, chopping down trees instead of putting them up.
 
Their target was honeysuckle, the popular plant that’s actually an invasive species,...Read more

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