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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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  • Crewmember Caitlin Smiling With Mud On Her Face

    An Ode to Mud

    October 18, 2018 | As children, my brother and I dug an immense dirt pit in the middle of the sea of dirt that made up our backyard. Combining this feat of excavation with a rapid flow of fresh water from the hose created a gritty, squishy, hog-wallow,
    offering hours of entertainment. The favorite pit activity was mud architecture.

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  • Crew Member Drilling Into Boardwalk

    Adventure Awaits

    September 23, 2018 Why is it so dark and cramp I ask myself.

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  • Crew Member Drilling

    The Last Hitch

    December 14, 2017 | Our last hitch was filled with pre-nostalgia and lots of memory sharing.

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