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Wildlife advocate lives his dreams

Jackson Hole News & Guide

Stacy Noland fell in love with the Pacific Northwest when he was living in Chicago in the 1970s.

Wondering what to read for his second-grade book report, Noland was watching a Looney Tunes episode that mentioned Puget Sound. That was when he decided to read about the ocean inlet and...Read more

Wilderness Risk Management Conference (WRMC)

Press Release

October 14-16, 2009, Durham, North Carolina — Register Now

SCA is...Read more

Wilderness Risk Management Conference

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SCA’s Laura Herrin at WRMC ‘10
Photo: Brian Fabel

This year’s conference will take place in Boston, MA October 5-7

Since the very first...Read more

Wilderness First Responder Course

SCA

SCA will be hosting Aerie Backcountry Medicine, our preferred provider of wilderness medical training, for a Wilderness First Responder course here in Charlestown from March...Read more

Why Harvard Encourages Gap Years

The Washington Post
Now that Malia Obama is planning to take a gap year after high school and before starting college at Harvard University in 2017, some questions arise: What exactly do students do while on a gap year? What do colleges think of them?
 
The answers are: There are myriad...Read more

WHITEWATER: Jobs program allows trail improvements

The Press Enterprise

By GAIL WESSON - The Press-Enterprise - View full article and slideshow...Read more

What The Conservation Of National Parks Teaches Us About Ourselves

The Huffington Post
by Jaime B. Matyas, President & CEO, SCA
 
As the National Park Service marks its 100th Anniversary this year, it’s a natural time to celebrate the majesty, heritage, and stunning beauty of our national parks. It’s also a time to focus on what it takes to...Read more
SCA climate change intern Nancy Fernandez

What Meriwether Lewis's Journals Tell Us About Today's Climate

Portland Tribune
In early March 1806, the Corps of Discovery led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark waited out the winter at Fort Clatsop, near the mouth of the Columbia River five miles southwest of present-day Astoria.
 
They had succeeded in reaching the Pacific but wouldn’t return...Read more

Web Essay: A logical transition for veterans

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

After graduating from high school in Williamson, Wayne County, I did combat tours with the U.S. Marine Corps in Afghanistan and Iraq. But like the thousands of other vets returning to upstate New York, I was left wondering what to do next. Where could I put my military training to best use? How...Read more

We're celebrating 40 years of Southwest Airlines with 40 conservation service projects in 25 locations

SCA and SWA

We’re celebrating 40 years of Southwest Airlines with 40 conservation service projects in 25 locations. Join the Tour40 team from Southwest and SCA this summer as they cross the USA doing a world of good.

You’ll work side-by-side with other people who share your desire to...Read more

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