Diversity: A Beautiful Thing

  • July 24, 2015
  • Posted by Nathan Hess

One might think that six kids from Helena, MT would be similar in many, many ways. I was one of those people and I couldn’t have been further from the truth.


Even when we're

Respecting the Fruits of our Labor

  • July 21, 2015
  • Posted by Julie Baughman

Our crew unanimously agrees that even the worst days in MCC are better than the best ones spent behind a desk.


Tent pad construction

Getting Things Done in West Shore State Park

  • July 20, 2015
  • Posted by John Racioppi

These pictures are of the campgrounds we built for future campers close to the shore of Flathead Lake.


New tread at Lost Trail NWR; Lost Prairie, MT.

One month down….

  • July 13, 2015
  • Posted by Tim Moore; Corps member

The season is just under way and there is so much to do and see.  It’s as if N.W. Montana is a new friend or acquaintance that we’re just starting to get to know.


No, this is what it REALLY looks like!

Glacier Youth Corps Service Expedition

  • July 10, 2015
  • Posted by Helen Birk

Visual representation of youth on the shores of Iceberg Lake.


Project partners gives a rundown while a man shoots a documentary i the background.

Prairie Dog Dusting

  • June 28, 2015
  • Posted by Jeff McGowan

We had two flaggers marking our way, one person on GPS keeping track of distance, all seven of us dusting, and our dusters slowly quitting on us one by one.


Lower Falls

Team Jianzi’s first Hitch in Yellowston

  • June 28, 2015
  • Posted by Jeremy Aaron

Unexpected adventures continued for team ‘Jianzi’, an MCC field crew from the Greater Yellowstone region while working their first hitch in Yellowstone National Park.


Meet MCC’s Historic Preservation Crew

  • June 16, 2015
  • Posted by Ruth Guthrie

What made you choose to join MCC’s Historic Preservation Crew?


The Fort

Conserving Historic Lands at Fort Union Trading Post

  • June 11, 2015
  • Posted by Jeremy Aaron

MCC field crews worked in partnership with the National Park Service and the Great Planes Exotic Plant Management Team to control the spread of invasive plants and help maintain the historic character of a once prolific trading post on the Missouri River.


The Perfect Week

  • June 09, 2015
  • Posted by Katherine Boyk

Baseball players strive for the perfect game. Meteorologists talk about the perfect storm. We at the Big Sky Watershed Corps dream about the perfect week: fulfilling our three main goals—stream restoration work, water quality monitoring, and community education— in five consecutive days. For me, it finally happened.


Alum rejoins MCC as Program Manager

  • June 01, 2015
  • Posted by MCC

What do business marketing, building oyster reefs, and Butler University all have in common? Other than an interesting alliteration, probably not much. But if you take a look around at the new faces on MCC’s staff, these three things point to one person: Andrea Walker.


MCC; Or Why It Matters

  • April 28, 2015
  • Posted by D Robledo Diaz

What are you gonna remember?


How did we get so lucky?

  • April 13, 2015
  • Posted by Amanda G.

There is a theory in conservation that people will take care of what they know and love.


Who Love Tomato Sauce??

Getting’ Out to the Fenceline Trail

  • March 30, 2015
  • Posted by Beryl Kelley

...friendships were strengthened and physical limits were pushed.


Great Basin Wildrye

Something you should know about wildrye

  • March 06, 2015
  • Posted by David Stout - BSWC

A clump of grass stands tall out on the range. Its myriad stems rattle and sway together in the wind.


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