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  • Crew 947 Working On A Bridge

    Thank You Kentucky

    March 30, 2019 | Stretching and groaning, I attempt to rinse out the day before’s workload and emerge out from my cozy sleeping bag into the cold of dawn. As I slowly make the bold transition from dream state to reality, I remember how lucky I am to be where I am, waking up with the wilderness.

     

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  • Kelsey On The Project Site Holding A Mc Loed

    Crew 948 in Athens, GA

    March 28, 2019 | Our crew had a wonderful time this week in Athens, GA working at Sandy Creek Park with Athens-Clark County (ACC). 

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  • Vfc Crew 946 Member Hiking With Fire Tools

    A Pretty Solid Routine

    March 20, 2019 | A lot has happened in the last month for the crew. We attended fire school at the Cohutta Springs conference center, we were apart of a prescribed burn, and we traveled to South Carolina for our first assignment as red carded firefighters.

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  • Emily From Crew 949 In Kings Mountain

    There is Something About These People

    March 19, 2019 |  It's raining   It's cold   I'm tired

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  • J Chanel Bradley

    ​Uncharted Territory

    February 15, 2019 | I feel like I’m apart of this really exclusive club and when I’m done, I’ll be able to benefit others with the experiences I’m having now. I’m looking forward to starting the class portion of this program, and then getting out on a fire. I don’t know what that’s like yet, but I hear its addictive, and I’m ready to get to work.

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  • Adult Conservation Crew Member Blake Garrison Sharpening A Tool

    Where To Begin...

    March 14, 2019 | As crews scramble to load their tools and supplies, sub-freezing temperatures may have numbed your fingers and toes, but they do nothing to slow the thoughts bouncing around in your head – Where are we going again?  Did I remember toothpaste?  Can I do this?  I can do this. 

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