Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 08/19/2021

On February 28, 2021, just one month into his term in office, President Joe Biden issued an Executive Order calling for the establishment of a 21st Century version of the
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Submitted by Emma Fantuzzo on 08/18/2021

In August, we are highlighting “Next Steps and Reflections” as Corpsmembers move on to their next adventure. We interviewed Abby Ruby, a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of Alabama,
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Submitted by Emma Fantuzzo on 07/29/2021

For the month of July, The Corps Network is highlighting Corps across the country working to conserve water and energy. In Colorado, the Larimer County Conservation Corps (LCCC), engages AmeriCorps
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 07/07/2021

Arizona is one of the driest states in the country. Water is precious here. This makes the watershed improvement projects completed by GEM Environmental Corps all the more important. Based
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 07/01/2021

It’s been 20 years since Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) created its program under Utah State University. In honor of their 20 year anniversary, we spoke with UCC Director Sean Damitz
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 06/23/2021

For Great Outdoors Month, we’re highlighting stories of how Service and Conservation Corps help expand access to public lands and outdoor recreation opportunities.   In 2020 alone, Service and Conservation
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/27/2021

Over the past year, there’s been a lot of conversation about reviving the Civilian Conservation Corps: the New Deal Era program that put millions of unemployed young men to work
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/26/2021

During the month of May, we highlighted how Corps provide training and experiences to prepare Corpsmembers for careers. We interviewed with Ashley Lavender, Director of Programs and Darien Parker, Program
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/26/2021

When we initially arranged to chat with Johnathan Phillips, he ended up needing to reschedule; he had been called away on a day-long assignment out in the field. There is
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/21/2021

Katie Thornton is a storyteller. As a Fulbright–National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow, Katie helped create an educational module about audio storytelling for National Geographic’s Storytelling for Impact program. Launched in
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