Visit almost any park, refuge, forest or preserve this summer, and chances are you’ll bump into an SCA member, a crew, or the outcomes of their hard labor.
With more than 2,500 members currently in the field from Kenai to Key West, SCA members are at the height of their busy season, serving the planet so the rest of us can appreciate it in all its natural glory. Follow their journey in our summer blogging series, Follow Me.
Hard hats off to the accomplishments of these thousands of SCA members making sure the great outdoors is well taken care of.
Follow Me Bloggers in the Field Can't fit 6 months of conservation service into your calendar? No worries! Our Follow Me bloggers are sending dispatches from every corner of the country. Thank them for this chance to serve vicariously by leaving a comment or two! More »
Leading and Serving at Gateway Vicky Rubino, SCA Crew Leader and alum, in National Parks Traveler: “This recovery work...is about making a difference in people’s lives and the places they have grown to rely on – not to mention the wildlife!” More »
Video: Students Restore Local Park SCA members give a hurricane-damaged neighborhood park some needed repair and get unexpected fame as a result. View the NY1 news video of SCA members restoring hurricane-damaged Frank M. Charles Memorial Park in Howard Beach. More »
Video: Veterans Fighting Fires SCA’s Veterans Fire Corps is featured in this KOTA Territory News video filmed in the Bighorn National Forest in WY. The program is lauded for its career training and re-entry focus for veterans. More »
Three Summers and Four Crews Later Sam Kerr served with SCA four times during his four years in high school. He plans to continue serving through college and beyond. Read his reflections on these life-changing experiences to find out what brings him back. More »