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These organizations depend of funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service (AmeriCorps), and our state commission, Serve Wyoming.
The start of each new year gives us time to reflect on all the things we accomplished during 2017 and a moment to pat each other on the back, and to say, "good on ya," for all the hard work. This year the WCC launched the Wyoming Veterans Trail Crew in partnership with Wyoming State … Continue reading 2017 Field Season Report
Thank you, Devon Energy, for 10 Years of Partnership! As 2017's field season ends it is important for us to take stock in the office, remember the projects we've invested our blood, sweat, and tears into, and to take a second a recognize an organization that has truly become a foundational piece of the WCC … Continue reading Devon Energy – celebrating 10 years of partnership
Hitch 4: 7/10/17 - 7/19/17 Crew 1: Red Desert: Wyoming Wilderness Association and Bureau of Land Management Rocksprings field office Crew #1 set off for the Red Desert of south central Wyoming. This vast high altitude desert ecosystem and sagebrush steppe that make up nearly 10,000 acres. "Among the natural features in the Red Desert … Continue reading Hitch 4, 2017
Crew worked to remove half-century old fencing and replace it with a system of buck n rail and wildlife friendly fencing that should allow for animals to cross the fence into the conservation easement easily.
April 4th, 2017 Today, Mayors, County Commissioners, and Tribal leaders across the country joined together to recognize the impact that AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, and AmeriCorps VISTA members have made on critical community needs through National Service and to proclaim April 4th, 2017 as National Service Recognition Day. The Albany County Commission and Chairman Tim Chesnut … Continue reading Mayor and County Recognition Day for National Service
The 2017 WCC Crew leaders were in high spirits this past weekend. On February 25th and 26th the WCC hosted a glass recycling event in the Walmart parking lot in Laramie, Wyoming. These AmeriCorps members endured single digit temperatures and high winds in an effort to divert glass from winding up in the Laramie Landfill. … Continue reading Glass Recycling Collection
September 22nd, 2015 Through an unprecedented push by diverse partners across the nation the Greater Sage Grouse will not require listing through the Endangered Species Act. Wyoming Conservation Corps has been a proud partner in this nationwide effort, mobilizing hundreds of hours of volunteer service directly related to the conservation of this iconic species. Wyoming … Continue reading Greater Sage Grouse does not require Endagered Species Act protection.
The Wyoming Conservation Corps Crew Leaders will be hosting a glass recycling collection April 22nd in celebration of Earth Day. This individual collection will be in partnership with the awesome folks in ASUW - they're making it happen! WCC and ASUW will be collecting clear, brown, green (sort and save time) glass at Simpson's Plaza … Continue reading Glass Recycling: Earth Day!