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Hannah Dustin Memorial Site in Boscawen NH, where SCA members are cleaning brush

Group works to clean up brush at Hannah Dustin Memorial site

Concord Monitor

Trevor Nelson stood on the Hannah Dustin Memorial site island Thursday morning and looked through the trees lining the island, out to the Merrimack River near its convergence with the Contoocook River.

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Hazelwood Play Trail will be first in the city with 10 (very cool) playscapes

Next Pittsburgh

Fred Rogers understood play as a serious teacher of valuable life lessons, calling it “the true work of childhood.”

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An SCA Crew Member surveys his bright future stewarding our natural lands

Search Institute: SCA Impact on Youth

SCA Experience Fuel Continuous Growth in High School Crew Participants

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Park Ranger and SCA Alum Millie Jimenez with her colleagues

Park Ranger Millie Jimenez Can Help You Plan Your Next Summer Getaway

Latina

As summer winds down, take a weekend to explore some of the hidden gems right outside your backyard. No need to travel abroad to get a taste of the true majesty of nature: America’s National Parks offer some of the best landscapes and outdoor adventures in the world.

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SCA Invasive plant removal interns ponder the enormity of their task at Kenai Fjords National Park

A Day in the Life at Kenai Fjords NP

Seward City News

I wake up every day and walk outside into a postcard. Kenai Fjords National Park is one of the most spectacular natural places I have ever seen.

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Coyote and feral horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota where SCA Interns are working

Stepping outside for a career

The Dickenson Press

MEDORA — When asked why university-aged interns at Theodore Roosevelt National Park packed their possessions and came to North Dakota for the summer, most said the decision was a “first step” towards a career in the outdoors.

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Brighton Heights volunteers, students dig gardening

Northside Chronicle

Brighton Heights is receiving a facelift thanks to the Student Conservation Association (SCA) in partnership with the Bright Heights Citizens Federation (BHCF).

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Youth to map, restore trails: Measure A money to fund conservation efforts

The Daily Journal

High school students will restore and survey park trails in the coming year and use new technology to develop interactive maps of San Mateo County’s parks system.

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Fort Clatsop at Lewis & Clarak National Historic Park

Everyday People

Daily Astorian

With more than 400 national parks in the United States, it was a competitive process to secure two bilingual interns for Lewis and Clark National Historical Park

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SCA CEO Jaime Matyas

SCA CEO speaks to BBB Wise Giving Alliance

SCA CEO Jaime Matyas was the featured guest recently on the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Wednesday.  As part of the “Building Trust” video series, Jaime discusses the importance of volunteers at nonprofits with Herman “Art” Taylor, president and chief executive officer of the BBB Wis

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