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Boots on the Ground: Salmon carcasses make a splash in Chiwawa River
AmeriCorps member Kevin Wooldridge reflects on his first WCC project: adding salmon carcasses into the Chiwawa River along with his crew!
Boots on the ground: Serving in Shenandoah, Iowa
A WCC AmeriCorps member reflects on her recent experience on a disaster response deployment to Iowa.
Boots on the ground: WCC as a stepping-stone to disaster management career
A decade ago, Nina Rubenstein was swinging a pick-mattock on a WCC restoration crew. Today she serves as the emergency manager for Providence St. Joseph Health's Oregon region.
Enhancing and preserving wetlands large and small making critical difference
With just a few days left in May, American Wetlands Month is winding down. We wanted to share our role in protecting, restoring, and managing Washington’s wetlands resources.
Boots on the ground: Restoring habitat through partnerships in Bellingham
On Earth Day 2019, Washington Conservation Corps is thrilled to highlight nearly two decades of close partnership with City of Bellingham.
Boots on the ground: Empowering leaders through environmental service
Our Washington Conservation Corps shares how our AmeriCorps members are helping prepare for the future with solutions rooted in empowerment and environmental service.
Boots on the ground: WCC answers deployment calls to the Carolinas and Florida
Boots on the ground: WCC assists communities after Hurricanes Florence, Michael
Join us for a closer look into our recent and ongoing deployments to South Carolina and Florida to assist communities after Hurricanes Florence and Michael made landfall.
Boots on the ground: How does WCC respond to out-of-state disasters?
Join us for a closer look inside the process of how we implement out-of-state deployments and a disaster response roundup from the AmeriCorps service year that we just concluded!
Boots on the ground: Touring WCC projects across the state
Join us on a spin around the state to learn more about a few of the projects our AmeriCorps members have contributed to this year.