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Her project, modeled after the New Deal-era Civilian Conservation Corps (which put vast armies of young Americans to work on environmental projects), would organize high school and college students around the country in a voluntary workforce to protect the nation's natural resources; at the same time, students would be encouraged to consider careers in conservations.
The Student Conservation Association Builds Lifelong Environmentalists
Today, as honorary founding president and an active member of the Student Conservation Association (SCA), Putnam has indeed put in over four decades of extra credit.
Over the next three years, Noss will receive $150,000 to support his efforts to organize grassroots conservations planning for the North American "bioregions" identified as Wildlands priorities.
when a committee suggested establishing a conservation easement along a dry creek bed that meanders through the back sections of their lots.