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Conservation Work Opportunities

Protect Precious Resources
The work projects help to restore and protect your national parks. You will learn skills such as removing exotic or invasive plants; constructing or repairing boardwalks, bridges, trails, campsites, fences; teaching environmental education programs, and preserving habitat.

 
Coconino Rural Environment Corps constructing fence at Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, AZ.

Coconino Rural Environment Corps constructs a fence at Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, AZ.

Coconio Rural Environment Corps

Construction
Trail
Campsite
Fence
Corral
Bridge

 
Nevada Conservation Corps repair trail at Great Basin National Park, NV.

Nevada Conservation Corps repairs at trail at Great Basin National Park, NV.

Nevada Conservation Corps

Repair/Restore
Trail
Campsite
Fence
Corral
Boardwalks
Bridge
Historic Buildings

 
Conservation Corps North Bay at Point Reyes National Seashore, CA.

Conservation Corps North Bay at Point Reyes National Seashore, CA.

Conservation Corps North Bay

Preservation
Historic Buildings
Exotic Plant Removal
Reclamation of Hazardous Abandoned Building Materials
Boundary Marking Signage
Habitat Preservation via Stream Restoration/Trail Demolition

 
Montana Conservation Corps at Devils Tower National Monument, WY.

Montana Conservation Corps members at Devils Tower National Monument, WY.

Montana Conservation Corps

Research and Teaching
Wildlife Research Project Assistance
Environmental Education Planning/Teaching