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09.11.14

September 11th and Service

Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives in the September 11th attacks of 2001. It was also the deadliest incident for firefighters and law enforcement officers in U.S. history, with over 400 killed in the line of duty. That tragic day inspires a great many of us to think about service—and … read more

07.25.13

Wounded Warrior turned caver on Conservation Lands

Wounded Warrior joins Fort Stanton Cave Study Project by Lynda A. Sánchez Imagine a dark place hundreds of feet below the surface of the earth. Imagine using your hands and feet to feel your way, using your fingers and toes to help guide you in a narrow crevice or in … read more

05.7.13

The Escalante River Needs a Few Good Volunteers

The Escalante River Watershed Partnership is offering a tremendous opportunity for volunteers who want to backpack to a remote and wild part of Utah’s Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, spend a day getting to know the river and its side canyons, then take up loppers and saws to help cut … read more

09.21.11

Get outside and volunteer: National Public Lands Day is Sept 24

This year, National Public Lands Day is September 24, 2011. While many supporters of the National Conservation Lands already volunteer throughout the year, this day provides a high profile opportunity to get others involved in conservation stewardship projects. More than 1,900 events are scheduled across the country, including several in the National … read more