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SCA Intern "is like the dictionary for Mount Rainier"

The Olympian

“I’m looking forward to pretty much everything,” said Emily DeBoers, aiming her camera at the rest of the group.

A highlight of the weekend proved to be Aguilar, a...Read more

New log bridge open across Thunder Creek in North Cascades National Park

The Oregonian

A temporary log crossing is in place over Thunder Creek, making the Thunder Creek Trail passable again to foot traffic, in Washington’s rugged North Cascades National...Read more

Rugged work with SCA trail crew rewarding

Bangor Daily News

By Brad Viles, Special to the NEWS

They’ve been sighted by hikers on Bigelow this summer. You might have seen them if you took a family hike to Gulf Hagas....Read more

Students cap summer of planting trees, clearing trails

Stamford Advocate

By Frank MacEachern

Clearing brush and working...Read more

SCA helps rebuild Yukon gold rush trails

The Doings Western Springs

By JANE MICHAELS

Some might consider a month of shoveling gravel eight hours a day a sentence of hard labor, but a Lyons Township High School senior...Read more

Memorial Held for SCA Alumna Slain in Afghanistan

SCA

Cheryl Beckett, an SCA alumna and one of 10 humanitarian aid workers killed by gunmen in Afghanistan this month, was remembered today at a memorial service at Marsh-...Read more

Student volunteers working at Hopewell site

Reading Eagle

By Darrin Youker, Reading Eagle

Chae-Young Yhm of South Korea is spending part of her summer vacation breaking rocks in Berks County.

Yhm, a 15-year-old from...Read more

Doing the dirty work

The Adirondack Daily Enterprise

SCA work crews give back by improving backcountry trails and campsites

By MIKE LYNCH, Enterprise Outdoors Writer

As the four Student Conservation...Read more

Johnson Controls Sponsors Conservation Leadership Corps for 70 Milwaukee Youth

Press Release

MILWAUKEE, Aug. 5 PRNewswire Seventy Milwaukee teens, sponsored by Johnson Controls, (NYSE: JCI) are keeping busy this summer as participants of the Conservation Leadership Corps (...Read more

Kids go nuts over nature

Northwest Navigator

Naval Station Everett’s Child and Youth Programs invite children 5 to 12 years old to come out Tuesday through Thursday mornings from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for half-day camps throughout the summer at the Smokey Point Support Complex in Marysville. Children will have the opportunity to enjoy...Read more

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