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May 2012

Dear {Friend},

If you’ve been wondering how you can make a difference for young people working in the field this summer, here’s your chance – for every dollar you give through May 31st, the National Park Service will provide an additional three dollars towards the cost of sending SCA volunteers into the parks this season.

As Matt Duarte says in his farewell to the desert, “we have grown in ways we never thought we would have. This is a very special group of people... and all of us were brought here to do a very special job.” Your gift today can help even more students get to work and begin a lifetime of conservation service. Act now, and have your gift tripled before midnight May 31st!

Claire at Joshua Tree A NYC Designer in Joshua Tree
by Claire W., guest blogger
“Thirty of us planted 200 trees in just two days. We were covered in dirt and dust, and while the sun was relentless, so were our spirits. We had been part of something really worthwhile.” more »
Mike Mullaley at Hobe Sound NWR 10 Months, 49 States, 1 Awesome Job!
They covered more than 1,545 miles of trail in 49 states. But that’s not the whole story: “we journeyed through some gorgeous wilderness... appreciating how lucky we were to have such an awesome job.” more »
Lakey in helicopter Eco Notes from the Surfing Circuit – Part 2
Lakey Peterson, SCA spokesperson and pro surfer, fills us in on her worldwide beach-trash inventory project, plus a bird’s eye view of remote Jurassic Falls in New Zealand. more »
Takeya Meggett Videos We’re Watching
This month: A video visit with 4-time SCA member Takeya Meggett, who shares the inspiration and benefits of her SCA experiences, from Grand Teton National Park to Hudson Valley, NY. more »
Desert Restoration members Fondest Farewell to the Desert
by Matt Duarte, ’10, ’11, ’12
“It has been phenomenal, we have grown in ways we never thought we would have. This is a very special group of people to have been a part of, and all of us were brought here to do a very special job.” more »
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