Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 03/08/2012

  Editor’s Note: this News Release was Originally Published by the Public Lands Service Coalition, of which The Corps Network is a member. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Destry Jarvis Phone:
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 02/28/2012

On February 9th and 10th, leaders from federal land management agencies, The Corps Network, and other organizations that serve youth met over 2 days for the first official meeting of
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 02/01/2012

In a speech at this week’s DC youth conference Powershift ’09, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar drummed up considerable applause in a speech promising to transform the Department of
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 01/05/2012

  This morning The White House released a press release describing the creation of the Summer Jobs+ initiative, a series of commitments aimed to bolster pathways to employment for low-income
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 10/03/2011

NEW YORK – October 3, 2011 – Today, Mr. Peanut arrives in the Big Apple in his biodiesel Nutmobile to unveil a new urban park – a Planters Grove –
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 09/02/2011

  Editor’s Note: Each summer many of our Corps send crews into the backcountry and wilderness. From time to time we publish accounts of these experiences. The one we are
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 07/19/2011

  With generous support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, The Corps Network has released a new publication that illustrates how to prepare young people
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 07/12/2011

The Corps Network and Planters Unveil New Park in Historic Washington, D.C. Neighborhood WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today The Corps Network, the voice of the nation’s Service and Conservation Corps, and Planters, America’s leading snack nut
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 07/01/2011

  Oconaluftee JCCCC Forestry Conservation students and Instructor help repair a retaining wall in trail rehabilitation work on the Cheoah Ranger District in Robbinsville. Shown (left-right) are Crystal Adu, Instructor
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 06/30/2011

  by Vien Truong, Senior Associate, Green For All & Sally Prouty, President and CEO, The Corps Network Green For All (GFA) and The Corps Network (TCN) are proud to work together
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