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  • Young child holds fish that he caught up for the camera

    Kansas City-based show is diversifying the outdoors one episode at a time

    December 9th, 2021 | "We were that silent majority of people that were funding this outdoor space because we were still buying all this equipment," Hubbard said. "So we focused on saying, 'Hey, not only are we here, but we want to see people out there working these jobs that look like us.' "

    Source: Kansas City Star

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  • Elwood Better

    Conservation Legacy Announces Elwood York Jr. as New Chief Executive Officer

    Conservation Legacy

    December 6, 2021 | Durango, Colorado—Conservation Legacy Chairman and former US Department of Agriculture Deputy Undersecretary Butch Blazer announced Elwood York as the new Chief Executive Officer today.

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    Feel good about your Christmas tree with help from Southwest Colorado conservation group

    Southwest Conservation Corps

    November 29th, 2021 | “At the scale of things that we need to do, we can’t really address them just as an agency,” said Tim Leishman, a silviculturist with San Juan National Forest’s Columbine Ranger District. “We have to have groups like Mountain Studies Institute, San Juan Mountains Association, Southwest Conservation Corps and other groups really help us meet those goals.”

    Source: Durango Herald

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    115-acre park in northwest Guilford County will serve equestrians, hikers and help protect Greensboro's water supply

    November 29th, 2021 | “These are designed to be sustainably-built, purpose-built horse trails, so they’re not just putting horse trails on old logging roads or ATV trails,” McIntyre continued. “It’s really considering the impact of horses because they have a different impact on trails than humans.”

    Source: News & Record

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    Women at Work: All-female crew rebuilds campsites on Daniel Boone National Forest

    Southeast Conservation Corps

    November 26th, 2021 | Through partnership with the Southeast Conservation Corps, the Daniel Boone National Forest was privileged to host a 14 member all-female trail crew earlier this fall. The crew spent eight weeks rebuilding campsites, constructing a quarter mile of trail and completing other necessary maintenance work on the Forest’s popular Bee Rock Campground on the London Ranger District. Their work was instrumental in restoring the severely flood-damaged campground.

    Source: 91.3 WUKY

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  • THANK YOU: Trails Volunteers & Partner Organizations

    November 25th, 2022 | To our volunteers and partners, we sincerely thank you for your contributions to the trails and wilderness of the Prescott National Forest during the last year. Volunteers donated over 4,000 hours resulting in 284 miles of trails maintained and over 20 miles of trail constructed in 2021. Your dedication to the safety, sustainability and enjoyment of our trails is greatly appreciated by all who use them.

    Source: Prescott News

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    National Park Foundation Celebrates Resilience and Contributions of Service Corps Programs and Crew Members

    November 23rd, 2021 | Today, in honor of the season of gratitude, the National Park Foundation announced its continued investment in service corps programs at national parks across the country. During fiscal year 2021, the National Park Foundation awarded over $3.4 million to service corps projects ranging from invasive species removal to historical preservation to trail restoration.

    Source: Cision PR Newswire

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  • Cars in a parking lot that is flooded

    Restoration Science

    November 18th, 2021 | VIDEO: Historic Princeville sits in the floodplain of the Tar River. Learn what's being done to help the town be flood resilient in the face of climate change in this installment of State of Change. Also, the science of sourdough, a unique effort to restore scallops to NC's bays, and UNCW scientists study coral spawning in their work to restore coral reefs damaged by disease and warming oceans.

    Source: PBS

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    IC students and alumni work at America’s state and national parks

    November 17th, 2021 | Although most days working in a national or state park aren’t as turbulent as Eberhardt’s “favorite search and rescue story,” the parks offer rewarding and often adventurous post-college jobs to many Ithaca College alumni. Working as a trail technician or interning in a park can serve as a stepping stone into a larger position in the field of conservation or interpretation. Or the work can fulfill a sense of wanderlust and show some grit on a resume.

    Source: The Ithacan

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    Stabilizing the Past, Bringing Stability to the Future

    Ancestral Lands

    November 17th, 2021 | Located in southeastern Utah, Bears Ears National Monument has a rich cultural heritage and is sacred to many American Indian tribes who rely on these lands for traditional and ceremonial uses. The Bureau of Land Management Utah is partnering with Ancestral Lands Corps, Friends of Cedar Mesa, and Woods Canyon Archaeological Consultants to protect and manage River House in the Bears Ears National Monument.

    Source: BLM Utah

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Support Conservation Legacy during End of Year Giving!

We are thrilled to be celebrating 25 years of Conservation Legacy! For a quarter-century now, Conservation Legacy has been at the forefront of environmental stewardship. 🌳 From trailblazing projects to empowering passionate individuals, we're proud to celebrate this milestone together! You can be a part of the legacy with your contribution today.

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