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Trail Crews Peak On Kanaka

A News Cafe

Originally published on August 11, 2011 on A News CafeBy Paul ShigleyWe serious journalists would never write a story simply as an excuse to run a photograph.

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SCA Populates Outdoor Nation

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More than 80 SCA presenters, panelists, members and alumni flew the SCA flag at Outdoor Nation’s recent Summer Summits.

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SCA and EarthShare Team Up for Conservation Service Day

SCA/EarthShare

(SALEM, NH) August 8, 2011-The Student Conservation Association (SCA), a national leader in youth service and stewardship, and EarthShare, a national environmental non-profit network recently teamed up to provide hands-on conservation opportunities for an ADP Inc.

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Volunteers maintain 500 acres of open space in Tredyffrin

Mainland Media News

Originally published on August 5, 2011 on mainlinemedianews.comBy Alan Thomas athomas@mainlinemedianews.comIt’s hard to believe that you’re in Tredyffrin Township.Ray Clarke calls it “the Northwest Frontier,” as Diamond Rock Preserve...Read more

SCA Intern protects and restores native plant and animal communities

The Chillicothe Gazette

Originally published on August 4, 2011 in the The Chillicothe GazetteCHILLICOTHE — In today’s economy, hands-on internships have proven to make a real difference for young professionals — and those same young people can make a real difference through national service.Student...Read more

SCA Awards FWS' Lamar Gore "Serving Youth Serving Nature" Partner Award

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(CHARLESTOWN, NH) July 14, 2011-The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the nation’s leading conservation service organization for youth, recently presented its “Serving Youth Serving Nature” Partner Award to Lamar Gore.Gore, the Chief of Diversity and Civil Rights in the Northeast...Read more

We're celebrating 40 years of Southwest Airlines with 40 conservation service projects in 25 locations

SCA and SWA

We’re celebrating 40 years of Southwest Airlines with 40 conservation service projects in 25 locations.

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Local grad kindles a love of nature

Columbia Basin Herald

By Ryan Lancaster, Herald staff writerMOSES LAKE - Most high school graduates look forward to summer break as a time to lounge around the house, but not Daniel Talbot.The 2011 Moses Lake High School grad spent his June trailblazing through the backcountry of Alaska as a volunteer with the...Read more

As Apshawa Preserve in Passaic County struggles to thrive, some N.J. students work to save forest

NJ Star-Ledger

By Abram Brown/The Star-Ledger WEST MILFORD - About 40 high school students followed trails deep into Passaic County’s Apshawa Preserve in an effort to save the forest.With the help of a guide, they examined ground-level vegetation to see if the forced absence of deer would give the...Read more

'Hike up and enjoy': Kanaka Peak trail upgrade nearly done at Whiskeytown

The Record Searchlight

By Dylan Darling, photo by Andreas Fuhrmann/Record SearchlightWhiskeytown National Recreation Area interns with the Student Conservation Association work with park trail crew leader JD Odom on the Kanaka Peak trail on Friday at the park. … continue reading

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