Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 10/22/2010

  Photo of Glacier National Park via Flickr under a Creative Commons license The Corps Network, along with member organizations Student Conservation Association, Los Angeles Conservation Corps, Conservation Corps North Bay, Montana
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 09/22/2010

  This article was originally published in the Coconino Rural Environment Corps’ Newsletter. Recently Vice President Joe Biden visited Grand Canyon National Park as part of a tour designed to
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 07/19/2010

  San Gabriel Valley (CA) Conservation Corps Supervisors manage work crews beautifying Whittier Narrows or reinforcing isolated hillsides prone to flash floods in the San Gabriel Mountains. They also receive
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/07/2010

Pennsylvania Conservation Corps gives unemployed young people work on community service projects, and this week, helped build a wheelchair-accessible high ropes course at Bloomsburg University. For this year’s Signature Project,
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 04/06/2010

A crew of eight students from the Wyoming Conservation Corps is working on rebuilding the Mason-Lovell Ranch at the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. The students got a taste of
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 12/04/2009

  San Gabriel Valley Conservation Corps just got some green to go green. The Corps is receiving $98,122 from the Department of Labor to help promote green job training. “This
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 11/12/2009

  This week, Sundance, the Independent Film Channel and Earthjustice announced that the Louisiana Green Corps won the top prize in a national short film competition in the “Spirit of Energy Efficiency” category. 
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 09/02/2009

  Members of the California Conservation Corps from across the state are responding to the Station Fire in the Angeles National Forest and other wildfires throughout California. Currently there are 20
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 04/30/2009

  With the ever-present threat of draught and the increasing cost of water, residents throughout many Wisconsin communities are installing Corps-made rain barrels to conserve and cut the cost of
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 01/27/2009

  “I propose to create a Civilian Conservation Corps. . . . More important, however, than the material gains will be the moral and spiritual value of such work.” –Franklin
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