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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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Students sought for Glacier Youth Corps

Montana students, ages 15-17, are encouraged to apply for the Glacier Youth Corps program working in Glacier National Park this summer.

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Carroll College Hosts Job Fair

Representatives from government and private sectors were on hand to answer questions; some of the organizations were Target, Walmart, U.S. Customs & Border Protection, and the Montana Conservation Corps.

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Barriers installed to keep motorized vehicles off of Canyon Ferry shore

Last week, workers with the Montana Conservation Corps installed steel posts in the middle of nine trails connecting private property and BOR land around the lake. They also placed grass seeds, to restore natural vegetation.

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Teton Valley Trails Update

This year the Teton Basin Ranger District is hiring a Montana Conservation Corps crew. Those workers will mostly focus on the Jedidiah Smith Wilderness trails, from Coal Creek all the way to Indian Meadows.

The crew will spend its time opening up trails for hikers and horseback riders by lopping, brushing, and limbing. The forest service does a lot of early-season removal of downed trees but rarely has the resources to give the wilderness trails more attention.

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