Work Locations 2016
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Work Locations 2016

The 2016 WCC field season summer projects range from hard core trail work in Glendo State Park to archaeological site restoration near Newcastle. Corps members will gain valuable experience while developing leadership and outdoor skills on 18 projects that include trail maintenance and construction, fencing, beetle kill mitigation, tree planting, historic preservation, and fuels reduction. … Continue reading

Volunteer Day
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Volunteer Day

Buford Foundation Ranch, Centennial, WY – On Saturday April 2nd, the Wyoming Conservation Corps teamed up with a number of organizations to help wildlife west of Laramie on Highway 130.     Who: Wyoming Conservation Corps, Fish and Wildlife Services Wyoming Wildlife Federation, UW Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Laramie Rivers Conservation District, and … Continue reading

Thank you Serve Wyoming, 21 CSC, AmeriCorps, and Corps Network
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Thank you Serve Wyoming, 21 CSC, AmeriCorps, and Corps Network

Our work with Serve Wyoming, 21st Century Conservation Service Corps, AmeriCorps, Corps Network makes our program possible. http://www.servewyoming.org/ Serve Wyoming is Wyoming’s state AmeriCorps commission and as program officer Nurieh Glasgow has been working with the WCC for years. We simply could not be as smooth of a program without her. Serve Wyoming, as the … Continue reading

Greater Sage Grouse does not require Endagered Species Act protection.
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Greater Sage Grouse does not require Endagered Species Act protection.

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

WCC makes the Basin ReBoot News
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WCC makes the Basin ReBoot News

Copied and Pasted from Basin ReBoot News  Wyo Conservation Corps teams with WGFD to build new, much-needed pronghorn fence http://basinreboot.com/2015/08/03/wyo-conservation-corps-teams-with-wgfd-to-build-new-much-needed-pronghorn-fence/ (Wyoming)  —Thanks to another cooperative wildlife project, pronghorn antelope can now navigate fencing along their migration route in antelope hunt area 93 northwest of Green River. The previous fence has been a major road block … Continue reading