Green Chicken Trail Fairies’ Escapades

  • July 28, 2014
  • Posted by Jasmin Gervin

They call us the Green Chicken Trail Fairies. I wrote this blog to share our adventures with curious folks who love to be outdoors and play under the big sky


Burritos in Hand

  • July 17, 2014
  • Posted by Emily Prag

Even the most monotonous of chores, we find a way to turn into laughter and fun.


First Month

  • July 14, 2014
  • Posted by Shauna Kraut

Wow! It has been roughly a month since I joined MCC and I have already learned and seen so many remarkable things.


Month #1

  • July 14, 2014
  • Posted by Kong Yang

Coming into my season with the Montana Conservation Corps (MCC), I tried to prepare myself by researching and reading as many documents as I can about them and what they do.


This Is Where I Belong

  • July 08, 2014
  • Posted by Bryan Harwood

There’s a place that I need to go


Mini Hitch

  • July 08, 2014
  • Posted by Max Higgins

It was the real deal, and just a taste of what is to come!


One Month In

  • June 30, 2014
  • Posted by Brendan Allen

June 19th marked the first full month of my service with the Montana Conservation Corps, and the day struck in the midst of my second hitch, a fast paced, cut-and-run slam of a trail clearing in Flathead National Forest.


Shoshone National Forest and Surrounding Area

Trail Games

  • June 27, 2014
  • Posted by James J. Crumpler, III

10 is 3, 3 is 5, 5 is 4, 4 is the magic number. 23 is 11, 11 is 6, 6 is 3, 3 is 5, 5 is 4, 4 is the magic number. Get it?


The Flume

Helena Ten Mile Restoration, Green Crew

  • June 22, 2014
  • Posted by Charlie Ellis

When the city of Helena needed a crew to work their Ten Mile restoration project they wanted the best, so they called in Saw Team Six,  a.k.a. The Green Crew.


Little Dogs on the Prairie

  • June 13, 2014
  • Posted by James J. Crumpler, III

Thunder Basin, as the name would suggest, is a geographic depression.  Towards the north are the Rochelle Hills, small buttes studded with short grasses and cactus with a flat top, and you follow those hills around to make a horse shoe shaped ridge of buttes and low mountains.  These hills define Thunder Basin’s grasslands.  The horse shoe of ridges stretches in a curve from the north to the southwest, maybe 12 miles from point to point, and everything in between are rolling hills, cactuses, short buffalo grasses, Pronghorn, rabbits, snakes and Prairie Dog holes covering the ground from the base of the ridges in the north to the far horizon in the southeast.  However, many of those holes have been abandoned…


http://youtu.be/Hm3JodBR-vs

Prickly Pear Land Trust

  • June 10, 2014
  • Posted by Kjirsten Flones

I am sitting in a beautiful alpine meadow surrounded by yellow and purple flowers, tall green pine trees that fill our noses with wonderful smells and filling our bellies with delicious food.


The Sickness

  • June 10, 2014
  • Posted by Guest Blogger

The Sickness spreads…


Selway Bitterroot Wilderness.

When it doubt, lop it out!

  • June 09, 2014
  • Posted by Sara Al-Azem

A well deserved 5 day hitch on the Selway started and ended with super rad weather!


What do you do when you forget your SYCL’s birthday?! Rely on another MCC Region to save the day.


The invasive crews took a hitch to Northern Idaho this week, and camped in Hellsgate State Park outside of Lewiston, ID, on the banks of the beautiful Snake River.
Highlights of the hitch included: bald eagle sighting, beautiful orange and cloudy sunsets, exploring a roadside cedar grove, crossing the Washington state border, seeing a roadkill bobcat up close, and loads upon loads of native/invasive plant information.


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