By Allie Taylor, SCA Crew Leader, for MNN.comSCA is employing Milwaukee teens to maintain county parksHAPPY TRAILS: A bridge that crosses a lush ravine in Milwaukee’s Lake Park where the SCA summer crew will restore and maintain trails.
by Emma JornlinThis Thursday July 1, members of SCA Seattle’s community crews will have the opportunity to present their views on conservation, connecting people to the outdoors, and environmental justice to important government oﬃcials at an event called the America’s Great Outdoors Listening Session....Read more
SCA interns throughout the Gulf region are scrambling to conduct wildlife mortality surveys and establish baseline data before the oil takes a larger toll on area wetlands and beaches, including at Pelican Islands National Wildlife Refuge on the eastern coast of Florida. Read more.
Anita Nicholas and Andrew Savage clear brush from an old duck pond Thursday on Cumberland Island.
America’s Railroad is SCA’s “Oﬃcial Alternative Transportation Provider”Washington, DC and Charlestown, NH (Vocus) — Demonstrating a strong commitment to a clean environment, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and Amtrak announced today an expansion of Amtrak’s sponsorship of the SCA Community Conservation Program, a unique school year curriculum that provides environmental education an
SCA interns throughout the Gulf region are scrambling to conduct wildlife mortality surveys and establish baseline data before the oil takes a larger toll on area wetlands and beaches, including at Pelican Islands National Wildlife Refuge on the eastern coast of Florida. Read more...Read more
Leading international pack maker named premier supplier; helps support youth in conservation efforts LONGMONT, Colo (May 24, 2010) — The Student Conservation Association (SCA), a national leader in youth service and stewardship, today announced Deuter USA as the premier supplier of high quality and multi-use backpacks for all its programs.
by Emma Jornlin, SCA SeattleAs I learn more and more about the history of Earth Day, I get the feeling that Gaylord Nelson did not intend for the day to be about blackberries. Yet year after year, for the past five years of my life, Earth Day here in Seattle has always involved this prickly plant....Read more
Invasive plant species cost the US economy more than $100 billion annually.