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Jason Mai/Daily Journal San Mateo County Park Ranger Mario Nastari, right, helps Student Conservation Association volunteer...Read more

Extending the Florida Trail

St. Petersburg Times (Florida)

Mitch Almon is doing a great thing by extending the Florida Trail across Hernando, opening seldom-explored corners of our beautiful county to residents and, hopefully, attracting visitors willing to drop a few bucks into the local economy.

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Fall River students working in support of a healthier planet

South Coast Today

By SEAN McCARTHY, Fall River Spirit correspondent

The environmental movement is galvanizing young people around the world, and this summer...Read more

Finch celebrates city’s teen wildlife ambassadors

The Bridgeport News

Mayor Bill Finch congratulated a team of Bridgeport high school students at Beardsley Park on Sept. 5 for their 10 months of service to the city and its wildlife.

The teens are the first members of the WildLife Guards, a program launched in 2012 by Audubon Connecticut in...Read more

Former Collegiate Runners Make Impact with SCA

Keene Equinox

Mount Rainier
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From NASA to the Vatican: 10 Amazing Internships

Business News

Sick of waiting tables at the local crab shack over summer break? It doesn’t have to be this way.

You could be gaining professional experience and potentially having the time of your life — with the right summer internship.

Whether you want to be an...Read more

From Visitor To Advocate: A Student’s Journey Through National Parks

As I was growing up in Chevy Chase, Maryland, the “kid’s corner” of our garage contained a shiny blue butterfly net, several empty Smuckers jars, and some plastic magnifying glasses pulled from children’s books on insects. The picture books on bugs, whales, birds, and other animals were...Read more

FSU grad finds inspiration in nature, internship

Tallahassee.com

Source: tallahassee.com

Tallahassee native Neal George recalls spending many a summer day enjoying the city’s great outdoors.

“My parents would say...Read more

Gary workshop teaches benefits of rain barrels

Post-Tribune

Visitors to the recent Rain Barrel and Rain Garden Workshop at the Douglas Environmental Center in Gary gained more than just information about recycling water and building a rain garden. They also learned exactly what to plant in those gardens, and received a rain barrel for their home....Read more

Getting to know a local park a little bit better

Mother Nature Network

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

SCA is employing Milwaukee teens to maintain county parks

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