Teens ‘Rough It,’ See Shore, Work to Conserve Nature

Cape May County Herald

About a dozen teens from across the nation recently left their imprints at the Cape May Point (CMP) State Park. They took with them impressions of “amazing wildlife, spectacular beaches” and an experience that showed them what “effective conservation looks like.”

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Intern Follows Passion for Conservation to Homer

Homer Tribune

Born in New Mexico and raised in Arizona, Katie Russell spent her youth hiking, camping and attending and teaching at summer camps.

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Students Help at Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge in Texas

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Marching out of the Discovery Center at Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge on Tuesday, a dozen young people in bright blue shirts set to work shoveling dirt, maneuvering wheelbarrows, unraveling hoses and hefting 5-gallon pots.

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Rangers Explain Outdoors with Discover the Parks

Concord Monitor

As weekend visitors to the Bear Brook State Park camp store stopped in for supplies and firewood, Bethany Bryant of Greenville, Ky., stood behind her display table next to a big, orange banner and invited young campers to come take a look.

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Student Crews Take to Backcountry

The Sun

This year marks the 20th field season for backcountry trail work by Student Conservation Association crews in the Adirondack Park.

Managed in cooperation with Americorps here, 18 crew members have set to work in remote backcountry areas.

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Students Benefit from PA Outdoor Corps

Scranton Times-Tribune

The group had to rebuild wooden stairs on the hottest day of the summer.

“Give a try again. You can do it,” Jordany Krawinkel said while encouraging a co-worker who was prying a rotting railroad tie out of a staircase at Tuscarora State Park.

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Underground, Upper Valley’s Relics of Nuclear Terror Wait Patiently

Valley News

Growing up around Boston, Alexandra Conrad knew little more about the Cold War than what she read in history books and saw on black-and-yellow signs designating some public buildings as fallout shelters in the event of nuclear attack.

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Student Conservation Association to Present Corporate Trailblazer Award to West Monroe Partners

(Seattle, WA) June 19, 2018 — The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the national leader in youth service and stewardship, will present its Corporate Trailblazer Award to West Monroe Partners on Thursday, June 21st, in Seattle, Washington.
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Student Conservation Association Names W. David Mallery Senior VP of Programs

(ARLINGTON, VA) June 11 – The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the national leader in youth service and conservation, has named W. David Mallery as senior vice president of programs.
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National Park Dep. Supt. Christina Marts, Landscape Artist Joan Hoffmann Headline Latest Upper Valley Women in Conservation Presentation

(NORWICH, NH) June 4, 2018 — Christina Marts, Deputy Superintendent of Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock, VT and Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, NH...Read more


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