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SCA Alum Dave Delcourt races his team in Willow Alaska

Queensbury's Delcourt training, racing sled dogs

Postar.com

Queensbury’s Dave Delcourt grew up with cats, and that was with his father being allergic “to anything with fur,” as he put it.

By his own admission, he also grew up having spent about 90 percent of his time in front of a television or computer.

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Rachel Carson's Legacy

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Rafael Rosa, new Vice President for Midwest Region, Student Conservation Association

Rafael Rosa named Vice President for Midwest Region

Rosa has deep roots in Nature-based learning. Looks to Expand SCA Opportunities and Impact in Chicago and Beyond

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Rangers begin work in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County parks

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

An offer to work outdoors in a new city drew Gergely Gyorgyi-Ambro from his office job in Budapest to Pittsburgh, where he recently joined a group of rangers to be stationed in Allegheny County parks beginning this summer.

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Recovery Act Funds Improvements to Pacific Crest Trail

Lake County News

VALLEJO, Calif., Nov. 17, 2010 - Federal agencies, conservation groups and partners came together this month near Palm Springs to celebrate a year of major accomplishments along the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (PCNST). The event also marked the 10th anniversary of the Bureau of Land...Read more

SCA Member William Moore III working with kids at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

Refuge Notebook: Refuge intern has best summer by far

Peninsula Calrion

Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

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SCA youth at Rock Creek Park in DC

Restoring Lands and Transforming Lives

Green Schools National Network

Who would have thought there was a connection between land restoration and success in school? This is precisely what research concerning the Student Conservation Association (SCA) has found.

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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 — Cemeteries are given special attention this week in preparation for Memorial Day next Monday. During the Civil War gracious ladies of the...Read more

Richmond Teens Employed to Revive Rosie The Riveter Legacy

SCA Press Release

Student Conservation Association and National Park Service engage female youth crew to shoot video documentary spotlighting the role of U.S.

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Richmond teens learn about Rosie the Riveter through creation of documentary

Oakland Tribune

Many women entered the work force for the first time in the 1940s, filling factory jobs vacated by men fighting in World War II.

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