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Getting to know a local park a little bit better

By Allie Taylor, SCA Crew Leader, for MNN.com

SCA is employing Milwaukee teens to maintain county parks

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SCA's Gulf Oil Response

SCA interns throughout the Gulf region are scrambling to conduct wildlife mortality surveys and establish baseline data before the oil takes a larger toll on area wetlands and beaches, including at Pelican Islands National Wildlife Refuge on the eastern coast of Florida.

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Students Volunteer at Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island CrewAnita Nicholas and Andrew Savage clear brush from an old duck pond Thursday on Cumberland Island.

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Amtrak Expands SCA Sponsorship

America’s Railroad is SCA’s “Official Alternative Transportation Provider”

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Show Us the Green Spaces You Love! SCA Launches Conservation Begins Here Photo Contest

Prizes Include Day Packs from Deuter USA, Four Round-Trip Tickets from Southwest Airlines, and National Park Pass

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SCA Announces New Partnership with Deuter USA

Leading international pack maker named premier supplier; helps support youth in conservation efforts

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SCA Teams with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to Eradicate Invasives in Parks and Forests Across U.S.

Invasive plant species cost the US economy more than $100 billion annually. SCA interns have been working with national parks and forests for two decades to protect native plant communities.

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SCA members make Moreau Lake State Park more habitable for wildlife, visitors

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Mesquite HS senior recognized for help with nature trails

By Karel Holloway

Kendra Hodges, a Mesquite High School senior, has spent a lot of time on the city’s nature trails.

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SCA Alumna Named Top Graduate in UMaine College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture

“Summer internships are the most important thing,” Woods says. “They gave me opportunities to experience natural resource management from the species level to the human waste and large ecosystem levels.”

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