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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.

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Secretary Jewell and NPS Director Jarvis join SCA for MLK Day Event

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) January 19, 2015 —- US Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis joined more than 400 Student Conservation Association volunteers at Anacostia Park in Washington, DC on Monday, Jan.

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Valerie Naylor, superintendent of Theodore Roosevelt National Park and SCA Alum. Photo by April Baumgarten

Naylor reflects on career with the National Park Service

Bismarck Tribune

MEDORA, N.D. — Valerie Naylor says she was not pursuing a career when she volunteered at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, but she found one.

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Under Secretary of the US Department of Agriculture at the Film Screening

Engaging the Next Generation of Conservation Leaders

The Student Conservation Association joined forces recently with other advocates of youth service and stewardship at the U.S.

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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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NH state parks have better trails, facilities thanks to AmeriCorps

WMUR

ALLENSTOWN, N.H. —New Hampshire’s state parks have better trails and facilities, thanks to a 20-year effort of service by AmeriCorps.

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Jefferson Award Winner: Bettina Mok

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SCA Wins $80,000 NOAA Grant

(Seattle, Washington) October 29, 2014 – The Student Conservation Association (SCA) has received $80,000 in NOAA Community-based Marine Debris Removal funds from the National Marine Fisheries Service, a unit of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  

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University of Wisconsin tops educational institutions providing most volunteers to nation's leading youth conservation organization

WASHINGTON, D.C.

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SCA recognizes Pennsylvania for youth service

Herald Standard

As volunteers with the Student Conservation Association’s Trail Town Outreach Corps, Corrie Parrish and Courtney Mahronich assist communities along the Great Allegheny Passage that runs through Fayette County.

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