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Students benefit National Forest

Times Observer

By BRIAN FERRY - Times ObserverA number of Allegheny National Forest projects that had fallen by the wayside got some much needed attention this year, thanks to a group of students.Through the Student Conservation Association (SCA), about 70 students including volunteer crew members and interns...Read more

SCA Intern follows conservation ethic to Tuzigoot Montezuma Castle national monuments

Verde Independent

In today’s economy, hands-on internships can make a real difference for young professionals - and those same young people can make a real difference through national service.

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Youth Across North America Are Fighting For Their Future Climate

Huffington Post

After BP’s oil-and-methane spill in the Gulf of Mexico this year, James (now 16), Elaine (18), and their long-time friend Andrew Daniels (17) recorded “The Bird,” with James as the lead singer and guitarist, Elaine on drums and vocal, and Andrew on bass.”The Bird” was featured on the “...Read more

BP Oil Spill Inspires One Eyed Rhyno to Record 'The Bird'

JSYK

By Nadine Cheung, © 2010 JSYKIn April, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig caused the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history. Five months later, a cement plug has sealed BP’s gushing well, but people will be feeling the effects from the incident for years to come.

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16 Year-Old Surf Phenom Lakey Peterson and SCA Announce Partnership

Press Release

Two-time NSSA Nationals Women’s Open Champion, “Most Outstanding Performance” award recipient and the first pick for the 2011 USA Pac Sun Surf Team, Lakey Peterson is an unstoppable 16-year-old.Charlestown, NH (Vocus) September 28, 2010Two-time NSSA Nationals Women’s Open Champion, “...Read more

SCA Featured on "Windows to the Wild"

NHPTV

“America’s National Parks attract millions of visitors every year from around the world. For decades, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) has been there to keep the parks running smoothly.

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Asheville area invasive plant fighters pull, kill problem flora

Asheville Citizen-Times

By Timoth Meinch, Asheville Citizen-TimesSurrounded by the beautiful forests, ridges and landscapes of Western North Carolina, it is hard to imagine our natural foliage under threat.But this will be the case without community commitment to eliminate exotic, invasive plants, experts say.”They are...Read more

Amtrak and Student Conservation Association Continue Partnership at Yosemite

Press Release

Underscores commitment to youth, environmental stewardship.Oakland, CA (Vocus) September 24, 2010For the second year, Amtrak’s partnership with the Student Conservation Association (SCA) is enabling high school and college age students from around the country to gain real, hands-on...Read more

2010 Wilderness Risk Management Conference (WRMC)

Press Release

Register today for the 17th Wilderness Risk Management Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado on October 14-16, 2010.SCA is pleased to take the lead in presenting an all-day, pre-conference workshop at this year’s WRMC.

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SCA Gives First "Serving Youth Serving Nature" Award

SCA

Dawn Coulson, a forest technician at George Washington-Jefferson National Forest in Virginia, admits she’s been accused of “adopting” SCA members in the past. “I’ve backpacked in pizzas for them, hosted them at my house, and made any number of lasting friendships,” she says.SCA...Read more

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