SCA to Engage 5,000+ Volunteers in Nationwide Earth Month Celebration

(ARLINGTON, VA) April 12, 2018 —- By expanding Earth Day into Earth Month, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) is out to transform stewardship into a year-round endeavor. 
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FDR’s Forest Army: Historian Cites SCA as Among Heirs to CCC Legacy
by Benjamin Alexander, City University of New York
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SCA Massachusetts AmeriCorps Aids Communities in Advance of "Bomb Cyclone"

USA Today
March will roar in like a lion on the East Coast on Friday and Saturday as a potent storm is expected to deliver a ferocious mix of howling winds, drenching rain, heavy snow and powerful waves.
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SCA Acts Ahead of Storm Expected to Bring Severe Flooding

WHDH-TV Boston
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said Thursday that he has activated the National Guard ahead of Friday’s nor’easter. The storm is expected to bring severe coastal flooding.
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SCA and Bayou Preservation Association Conduct Stream Corridor Restoration

The Katy News
The Bayou Preservation Association and the Student Conservation Association (SCA) teamed up recently with students from Carnegie Vanguard High School (CVHS) in HISD for a stream corridor restoration project at Japhet Creek Nature Park in a small east Houston neighborhood.
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Public Lands Alliance Honors SCA as Public Lands Hero in Aftermath of Natural Disasters

Public Lands Alliance
PALM SPRINGS, CA – On Tuesday, February 27, 2018, the Public Lands Alliance (PLA) recognized 11 nonprofit organizations who have stepped up and have swiftly worked with their land management agency partners to help their public lands recover from recent wildfires, floods, and hurricanes.
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SCA Alumna and Sea Turtle Hero Gets Lifetime Achievement Award

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times
If you love something, let it go.
That’s what Donna Shaver does every season with the tiny sea turtles she cares for. 
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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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