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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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/27/2011

  The parasitic wooly adelgid. Photo by E.P. Mallory via Flickr under a Creative Commons license The Maryland Conservation Corps was featured along with several other partners in a recent Baltimore Sunarticle for their work to
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 05/03/2011

Tatsuya Tsukamoto, a 1999 EarthCorps alumnus, has been supporting recovery efforts in Japan following the devastating March 11th earthquakes and tsunami. According to EarthCorps Director Steve Dubiel, “Tatsuya has continually pursued his dream
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 04/14/2011

  Recently The Corps Network began working with The Peace Corps to foster greater connections between our organizations. At its heart, the goal of our partnership is to connect domestic community service
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Submitted by Hannah Traverse on 03/29/2011

  Yesterday Hawaii Five-0 shot on location just outside Kupu’s training facility in Kewalo Basin Park. Daniel Dae Kim, one of the show’s stars, took time to take a photo with the Urban
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