In today’s economy, hands-on internships can make a real difference for young professionals - and those same young people can make a real difference through national service.That’s why Kenneth Ball, an intern with the Student Conservation Association (SCA), has arrived at Somerville Lake to assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in invasive species control.
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area park Superintendent Jim Milestone, left, jokes with coworker Gary Bischof Saturday during the Shasta-Trinity Trail’s “golden spike” ceremony of its grand opening.
By Keila Torres - Copyright 2009 Hearst NewspapersStudents create solar system model behind Discovery MuseumBRIDGEPORT — As they walked along the trail they blazed behind the Discovery Museum in Veterans Park, the crew from the Student Conservation Association proudly pointed out the stumps of trees they cut down and the large rocks they cleared from the path.During the ﬁve-week summer work prog
By Nolan Connelly, Photos By Chet White - ©2009 Media General Communications Holdings, LLC.For the past three weeks, eight students from across the country have made a ﬁeld at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest their home.Or as they’ve come to call it, “TJ Pop Fo.”The students - members of the Student Conservation Association, which provides college and high school students with hands-on conservati
October 14-16, 2009, Durham, North Carolina — Register NowSCA is proud to be a co-sponsor of the 16th annual Wilderness Risk Managers Conference, to be held in Durham, North Carolina October 14 - 16, 2009.