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As Apshawa Preserve in Passaic County struggles to thrive, some N.J. students work to save forest

NJ Star-Ledger

By Abram Brown/The Star-Ledger

WEST MILFORD - About 40 high school students followed trails deep into Passaic County’s Apshawa Preserve in an effort to save the forest.

With the help of a guide, they examined ground-level vegetation to see if the forced...Read more

ARAMARK Sustainability Interns Make Positive Impact

greenlodgingnews.com

PHILADELPHIA—ARAMARK hired 17 young professionals for the 2012 ARAMARK Environmental Sustainability Internship Program. The program provides participants with hands-on job experience as they help implement environmental solutions for ARAMARK clients at schools, universities, businesses and other...Read more

ARAMARK internship program promotes sustainability

Press Release

The 2012 ARAMARK Environmental Sustainability Internship Program serves a dual purpose of supporting a sustainable planet, while providing job training to its interns at the same time. ARAMARK hires young...Read more

ARAMARK Environmental Sustainability Interns Make Positive Impact While Gaining Business Experience

CSR Wire
ARAMARK, a global leader in professional services, hired 17 young professionals for the 2012 ARAMARK Environmental Sustainability Internship Program. The program provides participants with hands-on job experience as they help implement environmental solutions for ARAMARK...Read more

Appreciating Space In National Parks

National Parks Traveler

Growing up in San Francisco, where space is tight, I’ve always felt the intensity and compactness of urban life. Open space was something to look out on, gazing across the Bay or at the Pacific Ocean - not something to experience first-hand.

It wasn’t until I...Read more

Apply Now for a National Conservation Crew

SCA

Calling all 15-19 years olds looking for tuition-free summer service opportunities. You could spend part of your summer working in a group of 6-8 other high school students, led by two experienced crew leaders, in a national park or forest in the US.

There are three tracks of 15 - 35...Read more

Announcing I Heart Snow contest winners

 

Take a look at the winning photos for the I Heart Snow Contest

As you know, SCA believes in getting out. In giving back and loving nature. SCA alum, partners, current members, conservationists and friends all showed us how they get outside and love...Read more

An Interview with Veteran Fire Corps members: Love and Goodwin

SCA

James Love enlisted in the Marines straight out of high school, just over a decade ago. As previously assigned, the Missouri native’s first day of boot camp was September 11, 2001. Following eight years in uniform, including two tours of Iraq, Sgt. Love joined SCA’s...Read more

An expert’s Top 10 Seattle park walks

The Seattle Times
Chukundi Salisbury has arguably walked on more park trails in Seattle than anyone in the last two decades. As Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Trails Coordinator, he has walked most of the 120 miles of trails in Seattle parks — often dozens if not hundreds of times, treading over the same paths...Read more

Amtrak Expands SCA Sponsorship

Press Release

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

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Washington, DC and Charlestown, NH (...Read more

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