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News from the field

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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.

    Source: Southeast Conservation Corps • Blog

  • 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. 

    Source: Southeast Conservation Corps • Blog

  • 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.

    Source: Southeast Conservation Corps • Blog

  • Crew Member Drilling Into Boardwalk

    Adventure Awaits

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

    Source: Southeast Conservation Corps • Blog

  • Crew Member Drilling

    The Last Hitch


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

    Source: Southeast Conservation Corps • Blog


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