Coming into another year with E-Corps is very exciting for me, I am returning for a second term for good reasons. Last year I learned how to run a chainsaw and how to fell trees that I never thought I
As I wrap up my first term of service I am astonished at the variety of experience to which I’ve been exposed to at American Youthworks Environmental Corps. In one year I’ve been a crew member, crew leader, and land
Some Trails Across Texas crew members on a trip down the Colorado… We put in at the bridge on FM 969, and ended at Vernon L Richards Riverbend Park in Smithville. All in all, the trip was approximately 40 miles
yo- we created the rough ride, catered to the buff types, now makin’ it real smooth, bankin’ for the chair rides, armored drain dips, crushed granite, flagstone, limestone; we just don’t quit. ~~~~ Our first real spike trip last week.
Literally, we got quite stuck in the mud. And surprisingly it was a very great crew bonding moment. As appose to people giving the driver a hard time for getting it stuck in what should have been an avoidable obstacle,
I grew up in Texas so I was forced into these every year. So this year I forced my E-Corps family into it. I love it. Hope you do too. (click to enlarge) -Annie D.
Well sometimes this job can really sweep you up. I am going to try harder to get more people to post so that this blog has more than one opinion. So where has my E-Corps crew been? We have been