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I know you know that SCA's Follow Me blogs are THE place for first-hand tales from the front lines of America's conservation movement. I also know you know that this month's Follow Me bloggers have been regaling the web with true tales of far-flung, planet-saving heroics. Armed with this knowledge, I'm willing to bet that you will leap on the chance to chat LIVE with four of August's brightest bloggers THIS…Continue
Added by Joe Thurston on August 21, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
UPDATE: THE OPEN HAS BEGUN and folks are lining up at booth #113 to learn how they can team up with #SCA to #savetheplanet and become leaders in the conservation world. Whether you're at the open right now, or following the action on Twitter with @the_sca and @AlviSeda (SCA recruiter and surfer extraordinaire), surf on over to www.thesca.org/serve for all the info you need to get involved. If you're in…Continue
Added by Joe Thurston on July 24, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
We, the SCA alumni and current SCA interns, meet for the first time, half-awake, around 7am last Friday in parts of the East Bay and by Sunday, ended with sad goodbyes, great shared experiences and an idea that won us second place at the Outdoor Nation Youth Summit in LA.
It would be an understatement to say the weekend was a success.
Besides the short road stops along the way to LA on Friday, it was at the SCA Alumni Service Project that we officially got to break the…Continue
Well, the National Conference on Volunteering and Service was a great opportunity, both personally and professionally! Met some cool folks, heard some great speakers, and went to some interesting and informative workshop sessions, AND talked up SCA!
It was my first time exhibiting for SCA and a great chance to share my story of how I connected with SCA. The following is a little longer version of what I told people at the conference. If you're up for a good story,…Continue
This week in 1957, the very first SCA volunteers reported for duty at Grande Teton and Olympic National Parks. So much has happened between then and now! Check out this timeline of SCA history as we celebrate 55 years in conservation and look forward to many, many more.
Added by Joe Thurston on June 25, 2012 at 3:01pm — No Comments