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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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MCC receives AmeriCorps grant

Three Montana community service organizations and one public agency were recent recipients of nearly $3 million in AmeriCorps grants, including two based in Helena.

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Recent rains help Montana, but drought preparations continue

Recent spring rains in Montana have lifted stream flows and improved soil moisture in many areas of the state, but Governor Steve Bullock says that the potential for impacts from drought to surface water uses remains moderate to high both east and west of the Continental Divide, and Montanans must continue to prepare accordingly.

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Spring into action—Groundbreaking and work day for Sixth Ward Park

Hazelnuts, plums, pears and raspberries will one day flourish at the Sixth Ward Forest Garden Park, and Helenans will be welcome to enjoy harvesting their bounty.

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Hill heir helps fund Many Glacier Hotel project

Conservancy CEO Mark Priess said the funding will utilize crews from the Montana Conservation Corps to rebuild the first mile of trail, making significant improvements and replacing the aging hand rail.

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