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April 3, 2017

In a previous article, I discussed how the creation of the Western Colorado Conservation Corps (WCCC) under the Mesa Co Partners Umbrella was the right thing to do. 

The Work Program was established in 1980 by then Partners director Dan Robinson at the request of the Di...

November 14, 2016

It's not everyday that you get to build new trail, but that is exactly what we had the opportunity to do while working up near the head of the Kokopelli Trail system by Loma. Usually we maintain trails and are working on already established paths. The project was in co...

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A lush, broad-leaved Catalpa tree stands out in stark contrast to surrounding desert fauna of the Ruby-Horsethief stretch of the Colorado River.  This beloved landmark is the heart of CCA's budding plans to develop an educational river camp.  By partnering with...

July 20, 2016

One of the more fun projects that the WCCC has the opportunity to participate in is doing invasive species removal on the Colorado River. Working in the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area with the BLM river rangers is a favorite for many CorpsMembers. It is eas...

July 14, 2016

The small mountain town of Crested Butte Colorado has much to offer, from skiing and mountain biking to hiking and whitewater boating. The Oh Be Joyful Campground Managed by the BLM is a popular spot for anybody visiting the area and is becoming even more popular.

With...

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At the Western Colorado Conservation Corps we work hard to keep you up to date on what  we are doing and how we are enhancing Colorado. Check back often to see new project posts, educational videos, and events. 

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