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  • AZCC Crew in front of Kartchner Sign

    Kartchner Caverns State Park Celebrates a New Trail

    Arizona Conservation Corps

    April 10, 2018 | Kartchner Caverns State Park is inviting the public to come celebrate its newest hiking trail and renovation of the existing Foothills Loop Trail at an Earth Day event on April 22. Built in response to visitor requests for additional and more challenging trails at Kartchner Caverns State Park, the new trail is 1.75 miles through the foothills of the Whetstone Mountains. All trail work was completed with hand tools by the Arizona Conservation Corps (AZCC) trail crew and park staff.

    Source: Arizona State Parks • Arizona Conservation Corps

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  • Prairie Dogs

    Black-tailed Prairie Dogs released near Sonoita

    Arizona Conservation Corps

    October 13th 2017 | There are some new residents living near Sonoita, thanks to the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Crews released 94 black-tailed prairie dogs at Pima County's Sands Ranch on Friday, Oct. 13. 

    Source: Tucson News Now • Arizona Conservation Corps

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  • Azcc Youth Crew Article

    Youth crews spend summer supporting public lands

    Arizona Conservation Corps

    Sep 8, 2017 | The Youth Conservation Corps is a program coordinated through the Arizona Conservation Corps that affords young people, typically 17- and 18-year-olds, the opportunity to perform community service and resource conservation through hands-on project work with a variety of land management and community partners, including the Kaibab National Forest. 

    Source: Arizona Daily Sun • Arizona Conservation Corps

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  • Azcc White Mountains Crew Graduation Photo

    AZ Conservation Corps' graduates 21 members

    Arizona Conservation Corps

    August 29, 2017 | As the young adults displayed photos of their project sites to family members and community partners, they spoke of the challenges of long, hot days filled with heavy lifting and technical rock and fence work. They also recalled the camaraderie developed on four- and eight-day “spikes,” camping, cooking and hanging out with their crewmates. Several were close to tears as they told of gaining confidence and making lifelong friends.

    Source: White Mountain Independent • Arizona Conservation Corps

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