Dr Pepper Snapple Group

Dr Pepper Snapple Group

Protecting America’s natural resources and building a new generation of conservation leaders-those are the primary objectives of a dynamic partnership between the SCA and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group.

In 2012, DPS support enabled SCA interns in all 50 states to perform water conservation, native planting, waste reduction and recycling projects, and engage and educate more that 1.5million Americans in sustainable behaviors. Over the past two years, more that 4,000 young adults have safe gaurded our public lands while gaining meaningful work experience, all thanks to DPS’ generosity. Dr Peppar Snapple Group also joins SCA members in service projects throughout the country.

‘We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the Student Conservation Association,” says Tina Barry EVP of Corporate Affairs for Dr Pepper Snapple Group. “SCA’s hands-on approach to conservation strengthens our youth, our communities and our environment. The organization’s mission effectively aligns with our philanthropic priority of supporting environmental sustainability initiatives, and we look forward to working together to make more of an impact in the future.”

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News, Stories & Projects

For the 2013 Got Dirt? Photo Contest, we asked you to show us how you connect with the natural wonders we all work hard to protect. Your responses were as varied as they were impressive, and it’s been our pleasure to share some of our favorites with you over the last several weeks. 

But picking just three winners out of so many great entries? That was no walk in the park.

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Sunrise at Delicate Arch

I felt like a four year old dragging my feet through the sand and pouting despite the fact that I was in one of the most beautiful places in the country and had just witnessed a breathtaking sunrise at Delicate Arch. One of my friends was visiting from the east coast, so on my much-needed day off I agreed to spend the morning in the park and found myself regretting it immediately.

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Weighing a captured bat

Weighing a captured bat. Thursday. Hour ‘til midnight. It’s warm. 76. Fahrenheit. Not Celsius. Probably implied though. We Americans are hipsters when it comes to our measurement of temperature. Anyways. 90% humidity.

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Conservation Caption Competition, Round 4, go!There must be a tale behind why this SCA member is running around a parking lot wrapped snugly in a mummy bag… Clue us in with your best caption (either here or on Facebook) by 5 PM EST on Monday 5/20.

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One tick said to another tick…It’s time for round 3 of the Conservation Caption Competition, Spring 2013 Edition!If you can stand to look at this photo long enough to think up a caption, post it to the comments, either here or on Facebook, by Monday at 5 PM EST. We’ll use arbitrarily determined standards to choose our favorite and repost it to good ol’ FB.

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