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Manchester youth group helping improve state trails

WILMOT, N.H. —She has never camped out before, let alone wielded an ax to cut brush all day on a mountain slope, but for the past two weeks, Manchester high school student Saraswoti Dhimal has been on Mount Kearsarge improving the trail.

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Preserving National Parks Despite The Sequester

By Norman Dicks, former U.S. Representative, Washington District 6.

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The Power of Washington's Open Park Spaces

Growing up in the Petworth section of the District of Columbia, I was 10 years old before I saw my first real park. I didn’t realize at the time that it would be my salvation from the drugs and violence that were ravaging my community.

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Youth volunteers tackle Charles Park

It may have been 91 degrees — at 9:30 a.m.

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Routt National Forest work helps veterans transition to civilian life

— After spending a year deployed with the Army in Iraq, Elder Pyatt had to adjust to civilian life when he finished his service in 2008.

Life in the military moves much faster, said Pyatt, who served to earn money for college.

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NY1: Students Work Through Heat To Restore Sandy-Damaged Park In Howard Beach

Despite the heat, 25 students helped to restore the hurricane-damaged Frank M. Charles Memorial Park in Howard Beach Friday. Click here to see the story.

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Veterans find work fighting fires

KOTA Territory News

During the summer the risk of wildfires rises, so a six-man crew is doing what it can to prevent that in the Bighorn National Forest.

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Student Conservation Association Working On Repairing Gateway National Recreation Area's Hurricane Damage


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Johnson Controls' Conservation Leadership Corps providing summer jobs for Detroit-area teens

DETROIT, July 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — This summer 80 Detroit-area students will participate in a unique employment experience through Johnson Controls’ Conservation Leadership

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Kihei teen participates in conservation project

Working 10-hour days hauling debris, constructing a boardwalk and cleaning up in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy wouldn’t be an ideal summer project for most college students.

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