Glacier Youth Corps Session 2!

  • August 13, 2019
  • Posted by Natasha Bennetts, Jeremy Patton, Suvari Neff, Fox Stevens, Alex Stennett

The day of the wind; in The Rising Sun


Greater Yellowstone WRC 2 August

  • August 13, 2019
  • Posted by Tori Clawson

Our August started with the end of a different than normal hitch. We were in Big Hole National Battlefield doing something other than spraying weeds. We began this hitch with a whole lot of history. We were greeted in the visitor’s center/ museum and watched a movie on the history of the Battle of Big Hole.


A weekend

  • August 13, 2019
  • Posted by Isabelle Goodacre

The focus of the MCC Youth Crews is generally on the work, but just as important is our time off as a crew. The weekends are when we unwind, relax, and become a closer-knit community.

The one weekend of our two week high school hitch ...


Western Wildlands Restoration Team & Smokey The Bear

  • August 08, 2019
  • Posted by Natalie Yocum

Some odd jobs and saying farewell to a few members headed off to college.


Poetry and Friendship at Spotted Dog

  • August 06, 2019
  • Posted by Evyn Kolczak Hardy

“Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
I like MCC,
And you should too.”
-Savannah Deuter

Sixteen brave explorers, Beneath the jagged mountains, Camping away and finding our true self’s.


Camplife

Two Hitches North of Dubois, Wyoming

  • August 04, 2019
  • Posted by Matt Hardman

July in Wyoming


Wildland Restoration Crew 2 July!

  • August 02, 2019
  • Posted by Tori Clawson

July began at the end of our Yellowstone Hitch. This had been our second time going to Yellowstone this summer to help. We had spent the last days of June spraying invasive of Yellowstone.


Bitterroot National Forest YCC Crew

  • August 02, 2019
  • Posted by Dustin Steele

Our crew not only built fences and benches but were interviewed by the Ravalli Republic newspaper.


Crew 2 July Hitches

  • August 01, 2019
  • Posted by Kevin Norton

July post for Crew 2. What’s been happening… How Crew 2 has been handling the different hitch types, and some rigorous days.


Eight Miles In The Backcountry

  • August 01, 2019
  • Posted by Megan Bain

Our crew hiked into the back country of Yellowstone National Park. It was an eight mile hike in and by the end of it all of us were tired and exhausted.


Building the Turnpike

Building Turnpikes at Lake Otatsy

  • July 31, 2019
  • Posted by Marty Corette

This hitch took us back up to Lake Otatsy for continued work on several burned out turnpikes.


Caitlin Axing

Thanksgiving in the Frank Church

  • July 30, 2019
  • Posted by Berkeley Loper

It took one person levering and the other three pushing with our legs to finally inch the tree out of its place and roll it down the steep slope beneath the trail. With a whole lot of communication and just as much grunting and sweat, our teamwork paid off and the tree was moved!


Rock Climbing

  • July 26, 2019
  • Posted by Gabby Wine

Thursday afternoon wasn’t easy for my team. Thankfully I had friends to help me get through it.


The Krew at Westside Canyons

  • July 24, 2019
  • Posted by Jordan Hamilton

Tin Cup Creek, located just outside of Darby, is a majestic place.


Solo Clearing Days

  • July 23, 2019
  • Posted by Clint Kingery

Solo clearing days have always been my favorite, perhaps just for the variety. I was able to work through some realizations at afternoon break that wouldn’t have had time to form if someone had been near me.


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