Batty for Bats

International Bat Appreciation Day on April 17 celebrates the important role that bats play in our lives. Due to threats from disease and climate change, bat populations in North America and beyond are considered to be endangered. Student Conservatio ...

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A Dose of Inspiration

At the Student Conservation Association, we are continuously inspired by our program participants' efforts to make a difference in the world around us. This Earth Month, we are highlighting our dedicated crew members, past and present. From the Gulf ...

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Do One Thing For Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day, the SCA encourages you to "Do One Thing" for the planet. As a nationally recognized leader in providing hands-on environmental conservation programs for youth and young adults, we want to inspire those in the communities we ...

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World Water Day

In honor of World Water Day (March 22, 2024), the Student Conservation Association is highlighting the work done by our program participants doing their part to protect this crucial resource. This important work includes managing natural resources ...

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Mt. Rainier Reigns Supreme

We asked our Student Conservation Association community to vote on their favorite park photo from three finalists. The winning photo is of Mt. Rainier National Park, which will be featured on a set of limited-edition SCA postcards this summer. Read o ...

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The Greatest Woman We Know

In honor of Women’s History Month in March, we reflect on the life and legacy of our fearless founder, Liz Putnam. As a 20-year-old student at Vassar College in 1953, she outlined the idea for the SCA in her senior thesis. Modeled after the Civi ...

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Which Photo Should Go on Our Postcards?

Vote for your favorite photo from these three beloved national parks where you can find SCA crews hard at work this year. Your support fuels our mission to nurture a deep-rooted love for nature among young leaders. The last day to vote is March 15. T ...

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Preserving Black History

For Black History Month, we reflect on defining moments where courageous individuals stood up to injustice and advocated for equity. We also look back on those who are seldom recognized for their contributions to society. Commemorating the people and ...

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Protection From Invaders

With National Invasive Species Awareness Week (Feb. 26 - March 3, 2024) just around the corner, we wanted to call attention to the hard work our members are doing to combat these invaders. Lining roads, populating waterways and lurking in your own ...

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Building the Future of Conservation in 2024

For decades, those who care about the health of our environment—the Student Conservation Association—have fought to protect our parks and public lands from development, deforestation, pollution and other destructive threats. Today is no differ ...

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MLK Day of Service

To honor the life and dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the SCA partnered with the Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens and Casey Trees to host a clean-up event at one of the most biodiverse natural areas in the nation’s capital, Kenilworth Aq ...

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Winter Restoration Wrap-Up

SCA participants have completed several essential restoration projects within the last month. We also have teams actively working on critical conservation efforts this winter. Below are some highlights from crews working to restore and improve green ...

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10 Memorable SCA Moments

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 b ...

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Honoring Native American Heritage

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, we are sharing ways the Student Conservation Association has worked to honor Native American culture and preserve green spaces and their cultural significance for generations to come. Musconetcong Comm ...

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Take A Hike

National Take a Hike Day (Nov. 17, 2023) encourages getting outdoors and exploring some of the over 60,000 miles of trail across the nation. Year-round, SCA crew members work to improve trails for visitor use at national parks, state parks and more. ...

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Photo Vote Results: Your Fall Foliage Favorite

We asked our SCA community to vote for their favorite fall photo and the results are in! Cleveland received the most votes. But Cleveland isn't the only location where you can find SCA crews in action. At the Student Conservation Association (SCA), ...

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#GreenFriday Is the New Black Friday

You’re invited to get outside the day after Thanksgiving as part of a larger effort to turn #BlackFriday greener. In honor of #GreenFriday, we’re highlighting three parks and programs with “green” in their name where you’ll find SCA crews ...

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Transforming Trails in Alaska

The Student Conservation Association had several crew members improving public lands across Alaska this past season. From sites like Kenai Fjords National Park to Tongass National Forest, SCA teams worked hard to complete much-needed trail projects ...

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10 Haunted Halloween Green Spaces

America’s National Parks have always been home to wildlife species, plants, water bodies, and natural wonders of many kinds. But these are not the only inhabitants of countless outdoor spaces across the country. For years, both hikers and park ran ...

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Bats: Not So Spooky After All

Swooping in just in time for Halloween is Bat Week (Oct. 24 - 31, 2023), a week to bring awareness and recognition to these often misunderstood animals that play a vital role in the ecosystem. Bats act as a natural pest control, with some species kn ...

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Summer Snapshots from Our Urban Green Program

It’s been a busy summer of conservation in cities nationwide! From Pittsburgh to the Bay Area, Student Conservation Association crew members have worked to improve local green spaces and parks and engage with surrounding communities. Here are a fe ...

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Celebrating the National Park Service

The National Park Service turns 107 on Aug. 25. The National Park Service was created by Congress in 1916 to “preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and insp ...

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Women in Conservation

Women’s Equality Day is celebrated on Aug. 26 to honor the work and achievements that paved the way for women’s rights today. This celebration commemorates the ratification of the 19th Amendment in the United States, officially granting women th ...

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On the Road with the SCA

Did you know the Student Conservation Association has special roving crews that travel frequently within a state or region? Roving crews are assigned to various projects throughout an area and typically spend 10 days at a time (also known as a hi ...

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Celebrating SCA Founder Liz Putnam

It’s no secret that SCA founder Liz Putnam is one of the most influential leaders in the conservation world. In 1957, she launched a movement that has inspired several generations to serve the planet and continues strongly today. Because of her id ...

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Buzzing about Pollinator Week

National Pollinator Week is an annual event celebrated June 19-25, 2023, to support and promote pollinator health. From monitoring pollinators at risk of being endangered to maintaining the habitats pollinators thrive in, SCA participants work ye ...

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Great Outdoors Month: Find Your Adventure

June is Great Outdoors Month, and that also means it’s time for the Great American Campout, typically held on the fourth Saturday in June. In honor of celebrating camping safely and responsibly, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) offers ma ...

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Endangered Species Awareness

On Endangered Species Day, we recognize thousands of different species across the globe that need our help. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has listed several species as federally threatened or endangered in the United States. Their habitats are ...

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The Power of Preservation

Every May, we highlight the significance of historic preservation. From landscaping to window restoration, maintaining historic sites gives us glimpses into the past that can be shared with future generations. The Student Conservation Association ...

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Protecting History and Culture

In honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month this May, we are highlighting three parks rich in AANPHI history and culture that our SCA crew members have recently or will soon be helping to protect. 1. M ...

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Summer Conservation Projects Are Heating Up

Across the nation, Student Conservation Association crews are working to protect public lands, and the 2023 summer season will be no exception. With projects ranging from trail maintenance to removing invasive plant species, SCA members will work ...

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Tree Planting Has Strong Roots at the SCA

We love planting trees at the Student Conservation Association. With National Arbor Day coming up on April 28, we’re shining a spotlight on our Urban Green Program, which provides young people with paid green jobs, including single-day servic ...

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Five Parks in the Spotlight for National Park Week

National Park Week (April 22-30) is a time to honor all things parks. With more than 400 national parks across the country, there is a lot to love. The Student Conservation Association (SCA) has partnered with the National Park Service since our ...

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Celebrate Earth Day with the SCA

To celebrate Earth Day, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) is hosting multiple events across the country throughout April. Join The Crew and participate in a day of service cleaning up litter, planting trees, removing invasive species and ...

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At Dumbarton Oaks Park: A Youth Conservation Crew’s Trail to Success

The SCA is a national non-profit changing lives through hands-on conservation work in the outdoors. Our program participants protect and restore national parks, marine sanctuaries, cultural landmarks and community green spaces at various locations ac ...

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Grizzly Bears Roar Their Way to Top

It was one of the tightest calendar cover races in SCA history! But grizzly bears received the most votes from our online community, so they will grace the cover of the Student Conservation Association’s 2024 calendar. Thanks to the thousands of S ...

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The Greatest Woman We Know

The more you learn about the Student Conservation Association’s founder, Liz Putnam, the more you are in awe of her greatness. We are especially proud to honor her during Women’s History Month, and we also want to celebrate her birthday on Ap ...

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Working for Water

As one of Earth’s most abundant and precious natural resources, water is vital for a healthy and sustainable planet. Water is critical for nature’s many different ecosystems and its quality impacts all living things. With rising challenges posed ...

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Women in Conservation

Women have always led the way at the Student Conservation Association (SCA). Starting with a movement launched by the SCA’s inspirational founder, Liz Putnam, young women have continued to break down barriers within conservation and service work, ...

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Find Your Adventure This Winter

Even though summer reigns supreme for travel, winter brings its own unique experiences for every level of outdoor enthusiast. Check out these destinations for your favorite cold-weather activities: Clay Pit Ponds State Park, Staten Island, New Yo ...

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Beautiful Birds in Our Backyards and Beyond

Get out your binoculars! Even though the Great Backyard Bird Count (Feb. 17-20) is over, any time is a good time to celebrate birds and showcase threatened bird species that the Student Conservation Association is working to protect this year. Ha ...

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National Invasive Species Awareness Week (Feb. 20-26, 2023)

With National Invasive Species Awareness Week (Feb. 20-26) just around the corner, we wanted to call attention to the hard work our members are doing to combat these invaders. Lining roads, populating waterways and lurking in your own backyard, n ...

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GulfCorps Restoration Initiative Continues

Now in its 6th Season, the GulfCorps Conservation Crew is hard at work in Alabama and Texas. Since 2018, the SCA has been partnering with The Nature Conservancy, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, The Corps Network and a host of loc ...

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Fueled by Fire

The SCA will be expanding its wildland fire management work in 2023. Last year, we piloted our first women’s fuels management crew with the National Park Service in Alaska. The members of the crew gained skills that would allow them to progress ...

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MLK Day of Service

To honor the life and dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Student Conservation Association partnered with the Friends of Anacostia Park and the National Park Service to host the MLK Day of Service litter cleanup event on Jan. 16 along the ...

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Green Up – Evergreen Trees for Your Yard

During the cold and dreariest times of the year, evergreen trees provide much-needed color among the otherwise monochrome landscapes of winter. Like deciduous trees and their leaves provide refuge from the sun during the summer, evergreens are a crit ...

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Bison vs. Buffalo: Knowing the Difference

Bison, like those pictured above, are often mistaken for buffalo. Most have heard the song “Home on the Range,” painting a scene of buffalo roaming while the deer and antelope are playing. But are these creatures that we mention truly buffalo ...

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Fall 2022 Photo Contest

And the winner is...Colorado! This year's fall photo contest was certainly a tough competition. With each landscape's foliage being uniquely beautiful, it's almost too difficult for us to choose a favorite. The Student Conservation Association ( ...

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Ways to Support Wildlife

A huge component of SCA's conservation efforts centers on protecting wildlife across the country. From banding puffins for future monitoring to locating endangered sea turtle nests, members of the Student Conservation Association work to preserve som ...

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Celebrating Public Lands

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Throwback to the Lady in Black

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2022 Summer Snapshots: Part 2

Last month, we shared some of the great conservation work SCA members completed at green spaces across the country during the summer season. So much was accomplished that we have even more to share this month. Here are four additional snapshots of wh ...

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2022 Summer Snapshots: Part 1

From tree planting in Northwest Indiana's local parks to trail work in Vallejo, California, SCA members have been busy protecting public lands and greenspaces across the country. Here are four snapshots of the amazing conservation work accomplished.1 ...

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Blue Glacier Then & Now

Blue Glacier. (Chip Freund)Since its inception, SCA has provided opportunities for generations of young environmental stewards to step foot into our country's majestic and awe-inspiring national parks. It also just so happens that many SCA members ca ...

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USFS Roving Crew Part 5: Hello to Hiawatha

Mud says I look like I have leprosy. Personally, I don’t think he quite understands what leprosy looks like, but even I have to admit, I look bad. I have scars all over my arms and legs in various stages of healing from the skeeter bites that ...

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A Plant Master’s Poem

Two-time alum Elijah Pineda-Rodriguez is sharing his experience serving with SCA and the poem he was inspired to write after his time as an apprentice crew leader in Houston.Howdy Everyone! My name is Elijah Pineda-Rodriguez and I was an apprentice c ...

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Intern Perspective: Yosemite National Park Amidst the Flames

Clara Jessup is an SCA Bear Management Intern currently serving at Yosemite National Park. As destructive wildfires continue to blaze through many iconic landscapes in the west, we took some time to learn more about her experience at the park du ...

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USFS Roving Resource Crew Part 4: Feeling “Pine”

We were told we would be staying at a place called Trees for the Future, or something of the sort. Probably a cult-y little community up in the woods of Northern Wisconsin with eerie, half-there people who talk about how they have been “saved.” A ...

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USFS Roving Crew Part 3: A Superior Experience

Everything smelled of deet and peanut butter. The scent had worked its way into everything we owned and by that point, our PB&J consumption had become so high that I imagine our bodies were at least 1% Skippy. The mosquitoes and ticks were s ...

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“This Is Nature” – a View from a Wounded Yellowstone

After several days of heavy rain, SCA bison intern Bennett Collins and others noticed last weekend that the Gardiner River on the north end of Yellowstone National Park was running higher than usual. Yet there seemed to be no reason for concern. That ...

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USFS Roving Crew Part 2: Making the Most of Minnesota

Hanging out in Bemidji, MN (Left to right: Zircon, Rock, Moss and Mud) I have fifteen mosquito bites on my face, twelve on my neck, and some weird red marks on my collarbone. Over the course of three weeks, I’ve written over a dozen incident r ...

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SCA100k – Acres Burned!

Earlier this year, SCA placed prescribed fire crews with the U.S. Forest Service at Kisatchie National Forest (Louisiana) and Davy Crockett National Forest (Texas), and with The Nature Conservancy in Alabama and Florida. After five months in the fiel ...

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USFS Roving Resource Team Kicks Off Their Summer Adventure

*Pictured above (L-R): Zircon (Grace), Moss (Lina), Mud (Jonathan), and Rock (Aidan)Throughout the summer, SCA will periodically feature the exploits of our Roving Resource Crew, serving the needs of the U.S. Forest Service. Here’s the team’s fir ...

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A Lasting Connection to Service

By Elyria Rose Little, SCA Alum and Alumni Council SecretaryEighteen years ago, I was about to join my first SCA backcountry trail crew. This year, for Earth Day, I co-led a volunteer trail day in an ecological restoration project at Cleveland M ...

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Conservation Begins Here

At SCA, #EarthWeek reminds us of where conservation begins. It can be in nature, parks, or even your own backyard.⁣⁣ For SCA alum Ingrid, it begins in Houston, Texas! https://www.youtube.com/embed/lyD2stAUbgQ Where does it begin for y ...

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For the Love of Parks

During its second annual run, SCA’s Parks Pandemonium Tournament proved once again how much people love public lands.   While there were several Cinderella runs like Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge and Valley Forge Nation ...

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Madera Canyon Celebrates Trail Restoration

During the pandemic, Madera Canyon saw a record number of visitors using the trails, especially the popular Old Baldy Trail.It was already in need of restoration and the additional heavy traffic led to further erosion.For the last two years, the Frie ...

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Meeting Mentors Through The SCA Network

In January, the inaugural cohort of SCA Alumni Fellows began their three-month remote internships supporting different SCA departments on a national level. Now in the second month, the seven Alumni Fellows are collaborating and connecting over the re ...

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SCA Trail Treats on TikTok

Is it surprising that one of the more memorable parts of serving on an SCA crew is the food? From learning new recipes to connecting with others, mealtime is a huge part of the SCA experience! Over the next three weeks, follow along on TikTok as ...

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Uncovering and Protecting History’s Overlooked Narratives

Photo: Stewart's Canal, Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park (NPS)In United States history, countless critical moments have resulted in significant change. Economic pathways emerged, citizens became liberated, and movements we ...

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Celebrating #SCA100K

The Student Conservation Association will achieve a major milestone this year when we place our 100,000th service member! We will mark this momentous occasion with a year-long #SCA100K celebration, one that showcases SCA members, alumni, ...

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Climate Justice with Chicago’s Calumet Tree Conservation Corps

The U.S. Forest Service places the number of trees in and around Chicago at 157 million. These trees store 62 million tons of CO2, annually remove another 677,000 tons of carbon from the air, and are valued at over $50 billion. SCA crews are helping ...

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SCA’s Battery Kemble Crew Experiences Community, Conservation, and Connection at Rock Creek Park

Over the summer, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and the National Park Service Youth Programs Division were excited to visit SCA’s Battery Kemble crew at Rock Creek Park on July 29, 2021 to check out the hard work they had been putting i ...

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SCA Reflects on the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

As we approach the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, SCA shares a collection of unique perspectives.Most are tied to Richard Guadagno, who in 2001 was manager of Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge and among the courageous pas ...

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Roving Trail Team Pt 6: End of the Trail

The final diary entry from a melancholy Team Leader Jake Westrich:I can’t believe it’s over. One guy on my team asked Patrick [Gallo, SCA program manager] very early on how long the season might feel, and he was told it depends on his experience. ...

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SCA Summer 2021 Snapshots

It has been quite an eventful summer season for SCA crews! From clearing trails in the Atlanta area to rebuilding bridges in Washington, DC, SCA members helped protect parks and public lands across the country. Here are six snapshots of the amazing w ...

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Roving Trail Team Pt 5: That’s Why They Call It Paradise

Here’s the very latest from Team Leader Jake Westrich:After finishing up our work on the Golden Gate Trail, we transitioned to another neat locality called Marmot Hill. One of Rainier's most popular trails is called the Skyline Trail, also based ou ...

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Roving Trail Team Pt 4: Hello, Rainier

Just a few days after getting back in from Bonny Lakes, we hitched up our trailer and drove Dusty five hours from Enterprise, OR to Longmire, WA: the Park Service's main hub for Mount Rainier. Unlike our time in Oregon, our work in Mount. Rainier Nat ...

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Connecting to Nature with SCA Alum Luis Cabrales

To celebrate #LatinoConservationWeek, meet SCA Alum Luis Cabrales! Luis (pictured above on the bottom right) is a Natural Areas Worker at the Chicago Park District and is also an Environmental Organizer for the Southeast Youth Alliance. SCA: Wha ...

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Q&A with SCA’s Samuel Vergara

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, we are recognizing SCA staff, members, and alumni who identify as Latinx. Meet SCA's Chicago Program Manager, Samuel Vergara!About SamSam (pictured above in the middle) is a native Chicagoan who grew u ...

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Roving Trail Team Pt 3: Eagle Cap Caps Oregon Run

By Jake Westrich, Team LeaderSo for our final hitch in the Oregon Wilderness, we went to work on trails near Bonny Lakes in the Eagle Cap Wilderness. We had been running out of gas on Day 6 of our previous 10-day hitches, so I decided to split t ...

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Keeping it Cool with SCA Crews

The world’s seven-warmest years have been the last seven (2014-2020) and should this trend continue, heat waves are likely to become more frequent, more severe, and more extended. As heat waves continue to blanket the country, it’s never been mor ...

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Roving Trail Team, Pt 2: The Legend of Trusty Dusty

By Jake Westrich, Team LeaderThis hitch, they sent us to the aptly-named Hells Canyon National Recreation Area/Wilderness for more trail clearing. An intense heat dome that affected much of the Pacific Northwest. One day we worked in 105+ degree cond ...

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First Day of Summer Brings First Report from SCA Roving Trail Team

Imagine being part of a roving SCA backcountry trail team, working six weeks at Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in northeast Oregon followed by five weeks in Mount Rainer National Park south of Seattle. You live in tents, hike from worksite to worksi ...

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The Thesis that Helped Launch the SCA

As we approach SCA Founder’s Day on June 24, we always like to look back at the woman who started it all. Liz Putnam launched a movement that has continuously inspired young people to make their mark and serve our cherished public lands. During ...

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Vote for Your Favorite Liz Putnam Photo

On June 24, SCA will celebrate its 64th birthday! It all started when our beloved founder, Liz Putnam, envisioned a way to enlist student volunteers to assist with the upkeep of national parks and public spaces. Liz is an active member of the co ...

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SCA’s Summer Season

All across the nation, SCA crews are working to protect public lands, and the summer 2022 season will be no exception. With projects ranging from trail maintenance to removal of non-native plant species, SCA members will work to improve parks and gre ...

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Consider the Litter

AS SCA commemorates Earth Day, we’re sharing nationwide youth perspectives through The SCA Climate Survey, tales of SCA members’ service across the country, and virtual #SaveOurSphere programs online.We also have a poem from Ida Lewenstein of San ...

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Native Spring Flowering Trees

Spring flowers fill us with hope, engender feelings of renewal, and delight our senses. Their bright colors and velvety textures are a feast for the eyes, their smell can be intoxicating, and the sounds of bees buzzing and birds chirping among their ...

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New River Gorge Takes Parks Pandemonium

Sometimes storylines just write themselves.The inaugural SCA Parks Pandemonium tournament, a decidedly non-scientific survey to determine “America’s favorite outdoor playground,” came down to the first national park vs. the most recent one. The ...

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Celebrating Women’s History Month

­Women’s History Month has a rather fleeting history of its own.According to the WHM website, Congress approved a Women’s History Week in 1981 and, six years later, in response to a petition from the National Women’s History Project, authorize ...

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A New Way to Serve with SCA’s Digital Educator Naturalists

The SCA’s NH Conservation Corps Digital Educator Naturalists have been hard at work creating and delivering remote environmental education lessons for students across New Hampshire. The new position was created to continue SCA’s Education Service ...

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Plan your Meals with SCA: Tasty Trailside Treats

Do you remember the times you had to cook during your SCA hitch? Are you curious about some of the meals SCA members have cooked while serving? Listed below are some delicious recipes and helpful tips for cooking in the field!BREAKFASTApple Cinnamon ...

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A Rush to Mush Update

When we first spoke with Caleb Miguel Awe last November, he admitted to some trepidation. “Nobody likes 40 below,” he noted.Caleb was just beginning his second straight winter as a sled dog intern at Denali National Park and Preserve, so he was a ...

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The SCA Convening on Youth Co-Powerment is Back!

“Few if any calendars make note of it, and Hallmark has no greeting card for it, but February is National Youth Leadership Month.”  If that sentence seems familiar, it’s because we posted it last year as part of the promotion behind t ...

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“Biden” His Time – with SCA

Joe Biden pictured above (bottom row on the left).As special events go, this one was transcendent.In 2009, SCA hosted the then-current U.S. president and a former U.S. president in a tree-planting project to commemorate Earth Day. At the time, no one ...

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Most Popular Posts of 2021

These are the photos that the SCA Instagram community liked best and the top SCA blog posts from 2021! Instagram Posts Whether you're looking for stunning outdoor landscapes or stories of adventure from the field of conservation, our Instagram post ...

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Fir the Love of Trees

As they burst to life each spring, deciduous trees fill us with hope. They provide a secure canopy through summer and bring splendor in the fall. Evergreens, on the other hand, are constant. Unlike their cousins, they retain their foliage through mul ...

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Giving Back is for the Birds

If you are searching for a simple way to support conservation efforts this winter, creating a bird feeder for your backyard is the perfect option. These animals play a vital role in the ecosystem by controlling pests and helping pollinator communitie ...

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Intern Fosters Good Learning Environment

Suzanne Tarkulich arrived at Big Hole National Battlefield in Montana in October, and already she’s visited Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Glacier National Parks, as well as Craters of the Moon National Monument and many of the surrounding towns. ...

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