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SCA is partnering with the National Park Service and the City of New York to launch a youth-fueled storm recovery effort in New York and New Jersey. This summer, over 200 SCA volunteers -- including ten crews of local high school students -- will be in the field in Gateway National Recreation Area, clearing storm debris, rebuilding trails, and restoring habitat around New York Harbor.
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Does all this snow have you yearning for a day on the beach? Here's your opportunity! Join SCA for a service event at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge and help in the continuing storm recovery…Continue
Join SCA for our January ConSERVE NYC event at Morningside Park in Manhattan!Volunteers will be honoring the Martin Luther King National Day of Service with a morning of conservation work, including…Continue
Please join SCA for our kick-off ConSERVE NYC event on Saturday, October 26, 2013. Over the next year, SCA will hold a series of monthly service events to engage the New York City community and build…Continue
On Thursday, May 30th, Department of Interior Secretary Sally Jewell joined over three dozen SCA volunteers on Jacob Riis Beach in NYC to kick off this summer's Hurricane Sandy Recovery effort. Read…Continue