- An Interview with Reginald “Flip” Hagood, The Corps Network 2018 Legacy Achievement Honoree
- 2018 Legacy Achievement Award Winner: Reginald “Flip” Hagood – Student Conservation Association (SCA)
- An Interview with Thomas Hark, a 2017 Corps Legacy Achievement Awardee
- An Interview with Len Price, a 2016 Corps Legacy Achievement Award Winner
- An Interview with Dwight Washabaugh, a 2016 Corps Legacy Achievement Award Winner
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2014 Corps Legacy Achievement Award Winner, Scott Weaver
SCA – the Student Conservation Association
Scott Weaver, Senior Vice President for Government and Agency Affairs for the Student Conservation Association (SCA), has been a longtime advocate for Corps. He helped develop and pass the Public Lands Corps Act in the early 1990s and has been an ardent supporter of Corps in recent years in his work for the Public Lands Service Coalition.
Scott has spent the last 30 years serving SCA. Prior to his current position, he worked as Vice President of Programs, Director of SCA’s High School and Resource Assistant Programs, and he worked in the field as an SCA Conservation Work Crew Leader. Before joining SCA, Scott worked for the National Park Service in Yosemite National Park for nine years.
Scott serves on the Advisory Board of American Trails and is a member of the Association of National Park Rangers, the National Parks and Conservation Association, the Yosemite Fund, and the Public Lands Service Coalition.