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Students to help county’s trail towns

Daily American

By JUDY D.J. ELLICH
Daily American Staff Writer

A group of student volunteers will provide manpower to enable the Trail Town Program to work more extensively in the local communities along the Great Allegheny Passage.

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Students to learn about invasive exotic plants

St. Augustine Record

PONTE VEDRA BEACH — The Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council has awarded a grant to the Friends of the Reserve on behalf of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM NERR). The grant will assist the Student...Read more

Students use their spring breaks to serve, learn

The Greenville News

By Lillia Callum-Penso. Excerpted from The Greenville News.

Michael Sauer was psyched for spring break this...Read more

Students Volunteer at Cumberland Island

Florida Times Union

Cumberland Island CrewAnita Nicholas and Andrew Savage clear brush from an old duck pond Thursday on Cumberland Island. They are part of a team of Student...Read more

Study of Yellowstone can enrich Yonkers

The Journal News

A girl from Yonkers finds herself on a mountain peak in Yellowstone National Park. She hopes to take those wilderness lessons and connect kids in her home city to nature.
 

Growing up in Yonkers, I never...Read more

Subcommittee On National Parks, Forests And Public Lands Legislative Hearing On H.R. 1612

House Committee On Natural Resources

SCA President Dale Penny and SCA Alum Marcus Hendricks spoke at the hearing. Highlights include Marcus relating the story of recruiting his sister to volunteer with SCA, and choosing volunteering with SCA, instead of earning money to buy a new iPod.

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Summer jobs will help bridge a gap in the Oxon Hill project

Washington Post

By Andrew Waite, The Gazette, Thursday, February 17, 2011 …link

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Summer plans come full circle for student

The Baltimore Sun

By Sarah Fisher

Even as classroom doors are locked and hallways swept for the final time this school year, many parents look forward to summer break as an additional opportunity to nudge their children into enrichment classes, summer camps and service projects....Read more

Summer Student Conservation workers get job done

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Every summer, thousands of low-income youths across the nation work on public lands on Student Conservation Association crews. They build and clear trails, clean garbage dumps, plant and tend trees and remove invasive growth.

This summer, one local crew installed rain containers...Read more

Teen gives his all in name of conservation

Lake County News-Sun

Re-posted fromThe Lake County News-Sun

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