On Saturday, October 26th, SCA kicked off the ConSERVE NYC initiative with a coastal restoration project to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.
Impacts and Outcomes
SCA believes in Leave No Trace. To a point.
Wherever they serve, SCA members always make an impact – one that’s positive, signiﬁcant and enduring. These young stewards bring a genuine passion to their work, and it affects the both the natural and work environments. Our partners consistently say they draw inspiration from the energy and enthusiasm SCA members bring to the job, and that our young people are poignant reminders of why it’s so crucial to engage a new generation of conservation leaders.
Here are some examples of the difference SCA members are making all across America.
How SCA and our Agency Partners are making a difference
Editor’s note: The Student Conservation Association exists to help nurture and immerse today’s younger generations in places such as national parks and national forests.
WASHINGTON — Americans across the country paused Monday to observe the annual federal holiday marking the birthday of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. While the holiday usually means the day off from work or school, many honored Dr.
Outside magazine has published an excellent in-depth proﬁle of Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.
(WASHINGTON, DC) October 31, 2013 – Statement by Student Conservation Association (SCA) President and CEO Dale Penny on nomination of Rhea S. Suh as Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
(WASHINGTON, DC) October 28, 2012 – The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the national leader in youth service and stewardship, has signed a formal agreement with the federal Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) to assist in disaster response and preparedne