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SCA Interns Arrive to Tackle Invasive Plants

The Brunswick News
They’ll show up in your yard uninvited, causing problems for all kinds of other living things. No, not a horde of feral hogs — the latest internet obsession — but invasive plants, which can easily hide in plain sight.
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SCA Statement on Sunday’s Shooting in Dayton, Ohio

The entire SCA community is saddened by this tragedy and the heartbreaking loss of life. We grieve for the families and loved ones of those taken from us, and for all those impacted by this horrific act.

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SCA, Girl Scouts Maintain the Smokies

The Daily Iberian
After the Fourth of July weekend, girls from across America came to the Smokies to learn and work and improve what they found.
 
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SCA Making Repairs at Idaho Ranger Station

The Challis Messenger
Student Conservation Association members and staff are stationed at the Indianola Ranger Station on the Salmon River Road this summer, Salmon-Challis Forest Public Affairs Officer Amy Baumer said.
 
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SCA Making Repairs at Ranger Station

The Challis Messenger
Student Conservation Association members and staff are stationed at the Indianola Ranger Station on the Salmon River Road this summer, Salmon-Challis Forest Public Affairs Officer Amy Baumer said.
 
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How to Create a Bird Sanctuary

Constitution Marsh Audubon Center

by SCA Educator and Naturalist Intern Jessica Andreone

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2019 PA Outdoor Corps in Wellsboro, PA

SCA Behind New Projects Underway at PA State Parks

WENY

WELLSBORO, Pa. (WENY) — Crews from the Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps are working on several new projects at Hills Creek State Park in Wellsboro. 

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Tagging a Peregrine falcon chick

Peregrines in Flight!

Acadia National Park
The east side of Champlain Mountain doesn’t seem like a forgiving place to learn to fly. Sparse vegetation dots the face of the cliff, which drops off starkly for eight hundred feet. The iron rungs of the Precipice Trail wind up the face, jutting out from the bare granite.
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SCA Names New President / CEO

Student Conservation Association
(ARLINGTON, VA) July 1, 2019 —- The Student Conservation Association (SCA) today announced that after five years of service as president and chief executive officer, Jaime Berman Matyas has stepped down to pursue other opportunities.
 
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Teams Clean Up Shuyak Beaches

The Newsminer
Sunshine, hot summer temperatures, blue skies, calm water – these are not usually terms to describe our Kodiak Archipel! Yet, the ten days I spent on tour with the Island C to clean up beaches on Shuyak Island, I was consistently surprised with these attributes.
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