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TCN 2019 Fact Sheet
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Southwest Conservation Corps Sonoran Desert Office (SCC) and the Coconino Rural Environment Corps (CREC) have recently joined forces as Arizona Conservation Corps (AZCC).  Additionally, Southwest Conservation Corps has created Conservation
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  80 Corpsmembers from Utah Conservation Corps, Canyon Country Youth Corps and Coconino Rural Environment Corps partnered to remove the invasive Russian olive tree from the Escalante River watershed.

  80 Corpsmembers from Utah Conservation Corps, Canyon Country Youth Corps and Coconino Rural Environment Corps partnered to remove the invasive Russian olive tree from the Escalante River watershed.

  In 1972, John Irish took a position working with at-risk youth for the Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center. This experience started John’s 39 year career of promoting, designing, developing,
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Alex Hreha admits that during middle school and high school he was “a below average student at an above average weight.” He lacked self-confidence and didn’t have much motivation for
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  The Corps Network is pleased to announce that 2012 Corpsmembers of the Year, Philan Tree of Coconino Rural Environment Corps and Ladine Daniels of Energy Conservation Corps/The Sustainability Institute
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  Winner: Coconino Rural Environment Corps The Coconino Rural Environment Corps, whose mission is in part, “To carry on the tradition of the Civilian Conservation Corps”, has been working in
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  Winner: Coconino Rural Environment Corps (CREC) Coconino Rural Environment Corps (CREC) and Coconino Community College built an effective educational partnership in 2010 that has greatly enhanced the experiences of Energy Conservation Corps
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***Update! Click here to read about what Afton has been up to since she won her award.*** (Written in 2006) A remarkable and resilient Corpsmember, Afton McKusick has been a
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(Written in 2009) Aaron Dennis Crouse first started working with the Coconino Rural Environment Corps (CREC) the summer after his junior year of high school.  He spent his summer decommissioning
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