Texas Conservation Corps Completes Work on Emma Long

“One man’s unsustainable corrosion is another man’s righteous gnar.” -from an online comment expressing the delicate balance and frustration involved when incorporating erosion control and environmental protection into a well-established and well-loved trail system.    Emma Long Metropolitan Park is

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Texas Conservation Corps and Texas A&M – Partners in Pines

It’s 10 AM on a weekend and hundreds of Texas A&M University students are gathered together under a group of  blackened pine trees in a winter woodland silenced a year ago by wildfire.  And they were about to add a

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Texas Conservation Corps Deploys to New Jersey to Aid in Hurricane Sandy Clean Up

So we will soon embark on our deployment to New Jersey and it’s definitely safe to say that we are all a little anxious and excited. Personally I (Jamie) am really excited for the three day road trip across the

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Texas Conservation Corps – It’s A Real Thing

Environmental Corps held it’s last graduation on 16 November at Stevenson’s Preserve in South Austin. We played kick ball, tried to keep track  of the dogs and kids that appeared to outnumber the greenshirts, ate food, and went through the

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