November 2016

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2015: A Year of Earth-Saving Impact

In 2015, SCA’s 1000’s of young volunteers dedicated nearly 1.5 million hours to protecting, maintaining, studying, and preserving America’s awe-inspiring public lands and the scenic trails that make them accessible to nature-lovers like you.

Our latest INFOGRAPHIC visualizes the priceless, coast-to-coast impact of their habitat-restoring, wildlife-preserving, Earth-saving work. Check it out and be inspired!

Liz with Outdoor Educator Award

Liz putnam: leadership inspired

When SCA founder Liz Putnam accepted an award from New York’s Outdoor Educators, she gave boundless inspiration in return: “To my eyes, you deserve to be recognized. You are opening eyes and minds… and you have opened my heart and filled it with renewed hope for our Earth.” 

Park Ranger Betty Reid Soskin

parks Can Heal Nation's wounds

94 year-old Park Ranger Betty Reid Soskin recently assured SCA member Allison Joyce that the National Park Service is better poised than ever to help heal the wounds caused to our nation by persistent racial injustice.

Olympic Beach in the Mist

defending olympic's wild coast

The wild, pristine shores of Olympic National Park are under threat from a tidal wave of marine debris, and SCA teens are teaming up with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to clean them up.

San Mateo Video Still

teens combine tech & trails

SCA is teaching California teens to map trails using satellite technology. Learn about their work and how it benefits San Mateo County public lands in this short video.

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Help SCA impact more lives with your gift today.

8 months in the Mojave: A photo-essay by SCA Desert Restoration Corps member Jay Fennell.

SCA salutes America’s veterans and the crucial conservation work they're doing through the Veterans Fire Corps.

APPLY for a 10-week internship with The Nature Conservancy’s GLOBE program this summer.

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