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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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‘Laying the groundwork’: Volunteers mark National Public Land Day with hard work

Saturday marked the 22nd annual National Public Lands Day, with more than 2,500 work projects across the country recruiting 175,000 volunteers.

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Montana Teens Help Save Sage Grouse

Greater sage grouse populations across the West have been in decline for decades, and this September the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is expected to decide whether to formally list the bird as a threatened or endangered species.

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Reservation Youth, Montana Conservation Corps assisted Lander BLM on local projects

The Wind River Conservation Program has been working with a bunch of local youth on great community service projects in and around the Wind River Indian Reservation. And some of the work has been done in conjunction with the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service.

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Group tackles invasive plants at Milltown State Park

Kneeling in the middle of a wet walking trail at Milltown State Park, Megan Marolf used a hand trowel to dig up shoots of knapweed.

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