Sustainable Forests: SCA Helps Add Training, Jobs, and Fire Power
The longleaf pine ecosystem in the United States has shrunk from 90 million acres to just 3.4 million over time. Consequently, nearly thirty animal species that rely on it for habitat are now endangered or threatened. 
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Noxious Weed or Fine Apparel? SCA Alumna Says 'Both'

The News-Tribune
Some University of Idaho educators hope their new line of scarves will become an invasive trend, just like the noxious weeds they feature.
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SCA Alumna Earns Block Scholarship in PA

A small group of outdoorsmen and women recently took on a project that would give an award to some local youngster that showed a caring attitude toward hunting, fishing and most importantly conservation. It would be called the George H. Block Conservation Scholarship. 
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SCA GulfCorps Putting Conservation Teams to Work
Standing on Mobile Bay shorelines, tromping through coastal forests, taking in classroom sessions, the first recruits in an ambitious new Gulf Coast conservation campaign recently had a double-pronged message about their mission impressed upon them.
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MA Students Get Environmental Instruction from SCA Volunteers

Greenfield Recorder
When Christian McGrath and Aletha Spang walked to the front of Jennifer Comiskey’s third-grade class one recent Wednesday morning, McGrath enthusiastically asked the students, “How much did you miss us?”
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SCA, Houston Parks & Galveston Bay Estuary Program Partner on Hurricane Restoration

Houston, TX, December 16, 2017 – Student Conservation Association (SCA), Houston Parks and Recreation (HPARD), and Galveston Bay Estuary Program are teaming up to help Houston parks in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
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SCA Service Project at Sam's Point Preserve

It was a beautiful Monday morning as my fellow Student Conservation Association Hudson Valley AmeriCorps members and I made the trek to the Sam’s Point Area of Minnewaska State Park Preserve.
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Veterans Help Forest Service with Conservation Projects

Scottsbluff Star Herald
In an all-volunteer military, many troops enlist right out of high school and return abruptly to civilian life, leaving behind their service friendships and day-to-day discipline with little work experience and support.
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MUFG and SCA Team Up to Support Conservation During “MUFG Gives Back” Volunteer Month

LOS ANGELES, November 10, 2017 – MUFG Union Bank, N.A.
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Conservation Group Fixes Up Seven Tubs Nature Area

The Citizens' Voice
The forest scene in Seven Tubs Nature Area has a new addition.
Stone steps go up and down the hill next to a creek, courtesy of the Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps.
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