What better way to kick off the new year and bid farewell to the last than to relive and review top SCA moments from 2023? We’ve rounded up 10 of the SCA’s social media posts that our audience engaged with the most. From adventures in Alaska to our beloved founder, the following photos are among the favorites!
The SCA community seems to agree that this Barbie is worth highlighting!
This SCA crew, comprised of all women, broke down barriers and provided essential wildland fire assistance at Wrangell St. Elias National Park.
During a community engagement event, SCA crew members and staff in Northwest Indiana planted multiple native tree species.
This team worked to fill in gaps in the maintenance departments of two Alaska National Park sites and complete trail projects.
At 90, SCA Founder Liz Putnam has proven to have a huge impact on the SCA community and beyond.
The SCA’s new CEO visited the Alaska All Women’s Crew on-site in addition to several other SCA interns and teams based in Alaska in July.
This team worked to conduct prescribed burns at six national forests in the Southern Region.
SCA Intern Amber Maldag spent the season at Yellowstone National Park conducting telemetry of acoustically tagged invasive lake trout to locate their spawning areas on Yellowstone Lake.
This SCA crew enjoyed some delicious kebabs in their off-time while restoring parts of the Mojave Desert.
Suited up in wildland fire gear, this SCA crew member gave us a glimpse into a day on a wildland fire crew!