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Single Identity-Based Crews Research: Update from the Road No. 1

Two weeks ago, I embarked on my first of three road trips this summer. My first road trip covered the upper Midwest region, where I had the honor of visiting: Montana Conservation Corps in Bozeman, MT; Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa in St. Paul, MN; and SEEDS Youth Conservation Corps in Traverse City, MI.

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Preserving Primm Meadows

The Montana Conservation Corps (MCC), together with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), has been working on a restoration project at Primm Meadows, north of Highway 200 up Gold Creek. The project involved thinning of smaller trees and will be logged after the ground freezes with the goal in mind of promoting rapid tree growth in the remaining trees.

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REI CEO Invites More Organizations to Join #OptOutside

REI, the outdoor co-op, thanks hundreds of nonprofit, public and private sector partners who announced the launch of #OptOutside yesterday.

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Grand Teton National Park launches new Tribal Youth Corps program

Grand Teton National Park is launching a new Tribal Youth Corps program to help tribal youth reconnect with their culture and to learn about careers in the National Park Service.

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Building in Blodgett: Montana Conservation Corps crew finish building bridge over Blodgett Creek

Two years ago last May, Julie Gould was getting ready to graduate from a college in South Carolina with a degree in anthropology and women’s and gender studies.

Back then, she couldn’t have imagined what her office was going to become.

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