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Engaging Women in Conservation

This past March, the theme for Women’s History Month was “Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business.” To close out the month-long celebration, we wanted to talk to women who literally blaze trails: the women of Conservation Corps.

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Alex Goosmann, Manhattanite turned Montana backcountry leader

When working for an advertising agency in New York City, Alex Goosmann was in charge of creating content for organizations like World Wildlife Fund and the Nature Conservancy. Unfulfilled with the job, he soon realized that the work his clients were doing was more interesting than the day-in, day-out of creating ads in one of the busiest cities in the world. Alex applied for a field crew leader position at the Montana Conservation Corps, and eventually traded spreadsheets for shovels. Learn about some of his hitches in the backcountry, how the Wild West stacks up to the East, and the important role conservationists play in the current political climate.

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State Parks grants boost Missoula, Kalispell projects

Missoula’s Parks and Recreation Department and Kalispell-area trail builders landed two of the larger awards handed out this week in the annual Montana State Parks grants cycle.

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Hundreds turn out for job fair in Missoula

Jess Harrell, the program manager for the Montana Conservation Corps, said she's recruiting field crew members for the MCC’s Americorps program.

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Students sought for Glacier Youth Corps

Montana students, ages 15-17, are encouraged to apply for the Glacier Youth Corps program working in Glacier National Park this summer.

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