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Local volunteers clean up the Anacostia River on Day of Service

Thousands of DC residents teamed-up with visitors from around the nation to participate in local projects during the National Day of Service. More than eighty volunteers slashed brush and bagged trash on the banks Anacostia River. David Klatt reports…

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Local volunteers clean up the Anacostia River on Day of Service

Thousands of DC residents teamed-up with visitors from around the nation to participate in local projects during the National Day of Service. More than eighty volunteers slashed brush and bagged trash on the banks Anacostia River. David Klatt reports…

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Students to help county’s trail towns

By JUDY D.J. ELLICH
Daily American Staff Writer

A group of student volunteers will provide manpower to enable the Trail Town Program to work more extensively in the local communities along the Great Allegheny Passage.

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Vision shared of a changing city


Photo by Dan Buczynski. Used Under Creative Commons License.

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Record Volunteer Turnout Expected for King Day of Service

Obama’s Call to Service Generates Huge Response with 12,000 Projects Nationwide

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7 Ways to Celebrate MLK Day in Houston

There are a cavalcade of ways to celebrate MLK Day in Houston this weekend. Here are seven:

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Extending the Florida Trail

Mitch Almon is doing a great thing by extending the Florida Trail across Hernando, opening seldom-explored corners of our beautiful county to residents and, hopefully, attracting visitors willing to drop a few bucks into the local economy.

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NBC Universal Foundation Awards SCA Green Grant

NBC Universal Foundation will award the Student Conservation Association, National Environment Education Foundation, New York Restoration Project and Los Angeles Conservation Corps with green grants to support public secondary education programs in underserved communities.

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Green Ethics: Values, Hard Work

RACHEL FAIR / NPS
SCA volunteers work on the historic Ipsut Patrol Cabin, damaged by flooding in November 2006.

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Volunteers are 'the very soul' of GGNRA

The 75,500-acre Golden Gate National Recreation Area has always broken new ground, starting with its establishment in the 1970s as one of the country’s first urban national parks and continuing today with its unparalleled success in luring city dwellers.

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