“Get out of here! Go away. GO. AWAY.” Headlamps flicked on sporadically, and bobbed out of their tents. A handful of strained voices, containing equal parts anger and exhaustion, pierced through the quiet of the cool evening. “Oh my God.
Northward! The Trails Across Texas (TAT) crew rolled northward this hitch into the prairies and lakes region of Texas to Cooper Lake State Park. The park, a relatively recent addition to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department System, was officially
The Firefighter Training & Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior (S130/190) course conducted by the Capital Area Interagency Wildfire & Incident Management Academy was an extremely rewarding experience. Myself along with 9 other members of the Texas Conservation Corps were provided the opportunity to
Working on the park in Cherrywood was nostalgic for me as I grew up in Austin, down the street from Cherrywood. I hadn’t seen it in a long time, around 6-7 years. Seeing the neighborhood was surprising. The first work
As we finish up our 2011 season, we welcome in our 2012 crew leaders. Bringing experience and stories from Alaska, Montana, Oregon, California, and even our beloved Texas, our new leaders and their fresh energy quickly and competently completed our
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