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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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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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A plea to support national service for young Montanans

When we consider what it means to be a Montanan, whether native-born or recent arrival, near the top of the list is a generous commitment to help our neighbors. This tradition of service to those among us not only provides a caring hand (and heaven knows, we each need a hand now and again), it draws us closer, fills our hearts and creates an identity of strength. Perhaps more importantly, when opportunities for service are presented to young people, they forge character.

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Thanks for a successful Kid Packs Program

THANK YOU to everyone who participated in the Doorsteps to Backpacks food drive on March 8. We are overwhelmed by your generosity – you donated more than 10,000 lbs. of food and $3,500 in cash for Helena Food Share’s Kid Packs Program. 

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Congratulations Rep. Ryan Zinke

The Corps Network and Montana Conservation Corps congratulate Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT) on being confirmed as Secretary of the Interior through a 68-31 vote in the United States Senate on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

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