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Don't Sink the Planet By Washing Dishes in the Sink

CBS 4 Miami
April is Earth Month and next Monday is Earth Day.
 
We all try to do right by the environment by recycling but it’s little things we’re doing, or not doing, daily that could have a negative impact.
 
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Equitable Opportunity in the Great Outdoors

NAChicago.com
As scientists, politicians and media outlets advocate for conservation initiatives, a new generation of novice environmentalists is taking center stage.
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SCA Names Rafael Rosa Senior Vice President of Programs

Student Conservation Association
(ARLINGTON, VA) March 28 – The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the national leader in youth service and stewardship, has promoted Rafael Rosa to the position of senior vice president of programs. 
 
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Experts in Sustainable Agriculture and Nutrition Headline Spring Women in Conservation Presentation

(NORWICH, NH) March 4, 2019 — The Upper Valley’s Women in Conservation speaker series resumes on Thursday, March 21, with two area authorities on sustainable food and nutrition: Laurie Ristino, a nationally known and innovative environmental and sustainable food systems leader, and Certified...Read more

SCA Alumna Named Superintendent of Devils Tower

NPS.gov
DENVER —- Acting Intermountain Regional Director Kate Hammond announced the selection of Amnesty Kochanowski as superintendent of Devils Tower National Monument. Kochanowski has been serving as interim superintendent at Devils Tower National Monument since July 2018.
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SCA Earns Partnership Award From Public Lands Alliance

Public Lands Alliance
 
DENVER, CO —The Public Lands Alliance (PLA) has announced the recipients of its 2019 Partnership Awards that celebrate the best in public lands partnerships.
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GulfCorps Named Project of the Year by The Corps Network

The Corps Network

WASHINGTON, DC [December 19, 2018] – The Corps Network, the national association of Service and Conservation Corps, today announced the winners of the 2019 Corpsmember of the Year, Project of the Year and Legacy Achievement Awards.

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Student Conservation Association All Women Crew at Indiana Dunes

All-Woman Group of Volunteers Restores Parts of the Dunes' Great Marsh

The Times of Northwest Indiana

After six months of restoring trails and killing invasive plants at Chicago parklands, an 11-woman group of volunteers said planting native grasses at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore was a treat.

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From Dreaming It to Living It

Good Natured

On May 15, 2016, thousands of soon-to-be graduates, donned in cap and gown, lined Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome and eagerly awaited the next step: the start of their professional careers.

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SCA Interns Preserve Cultural History Through Forest Service Alliance

The Glacier City Gazette
This summer, two interns from the Kenaitze tribe participated in a successful alliance between a Native tribal corporation, a land management agency, and the Student Conservation Association (SCA).
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