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California Conservation Corps Delivering Muscle and Compassion to Hurricane Michael Recovery

San Diego CA—  Help is on the way to Florida to undo the miles of wrecked homes and lives upended by Hurricane Michael. On Tuesday morning, California sent ...

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Corps-members Helping Communities Accelerate Rebuilding Process After Hurricane Devastation

Sacramento CA— California Conservation Corps crews returned home after a month in Texas, Puerto Rico and St. Thomas helping hurricane victims rebuild their homes. Sixty Corps-members answered a ...

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San Diego CCC Crew Heads to Puerto Rico to Help with Hurricane Maria Cleanup

◊ Corpsmembers to focus on cutting and removing downed trees ◊ Heavy workload remains to clear roads and access to communities ◊ Additional Corpsmembers assisting cleanup in St. ...

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California Conservation Corps Responds to Call for Support In Fighting Statewide Outbreak of Wildfires

California Need Forces Postponement of CCC Response to Texas Flood Recovery More Than 500 CCC Corpsmembers Deployed Frontline of Fires, Building Base Camps, Keeping CAL FIRE and other ...

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California Conservation Corps Helps O’side Teen Graduate from High School Instead of School of Hard Knocks

Oceanside CA— Cody Carpenter of Oceanside knew about the California Conservation Corps’ motto when he signed up- “hard work, low pay, miserable conditions… and more!” It is the ...

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