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September  2021

Ten miles of the publicly accessible mountain biking trails now open in Zion National Park completed

Article: www.thespectrum.com

Dixie Fire damage at Lassen Volcanic National Park could keep some areas closed until next year

Article: https://www.redding.com/story/news/local/2021/09/01/lassen-volcanic-national-park-dixie-fire-damage/5686210001/

 

Trail building school on Nevada-Utah state line would be first in US

Article: https://news3lv.com/news/local/trail-building-school-on-nevada-utah-state-line-would-be-first-in-us

 

October  2021

  • Ten miles of the publicly accessible mountain biking trails now open in Zion National Park completed

    Article: www.thespectrum.com

A 10-acre wetland for birding is now open to the public

Article: www.hcpress.com

New mountain bike trail opens, offering ‘magnificent views’ outside Zion’s east side

Article: https://www.ksl.com/article/50270983/new-mountain-bike-trail-opens-offering-magnificent-views-outside-zions-east-side

 

 

New mountain bike trail in Zion National Park part of plan to spread out impact of crowds

Article: https://www.sltrib.com/news/2021/10/28/new-mountain-bike-trail/

 

 

Exclusive: Inside Zion National Park’s first electric bus to park’s east entrance

Article: https://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/2021/10/27/zion-national-park-electric-shuttle-new-mountain-biking-trails-utah/8560434002/

 

August  2021

  • Past Lassen Volcanic Fuels Reduction Projects Helps Firefighters on the Dixie Fire

    Article: https://goldrushcam.com

  • Word from the Smokies: Teen leaders in conservation go back to school with new perspective

    Article: www.citizen-times.com

July  2021

  • PCT blasted open in the San Jacinto Mountains: This rock fall blast is the result of two years of coordination between the Forest Service, Pacific Crest Trail Association (PCTA), American Conservation Experience (ACE), and the Redshank Riders Unit of the Backcountry Horsemen of California. The boulders fell on the trail Memorial Day Weekend 2019 due to a frost heave.

    Article: https://www.fs.usda.gov

  • Internship bridges gap between high school, college: This summer’s six interns had the opportunity to do hands-on work with Great Smoky Mountains National park. The internship is a partnership with American Conservation Experiences

    Article: https://www.citizen-times.com

  • A crew from the American Conservation Experience had worked to restore the tread in the famous Pacific Crest Trail in the San Jacinto Mountains

    Article: https://losangeles.cbslocal.com

  • Flagstaff, AZ volunteers stacked sandbags as city estimates $1.9 million in flooding damage so far.

    Article: https://azdailysun.com

June  2021

  • Amid visitor groundswell, newly developed trails in Sedona lead to quietude

    Article: https://azdailysun.com

  • Famous Big Sur landmark reopens after being closed for 12 years

    Article: www.mercurynews.com

May  2021

  • Ribbon Cutting for White Cliffs Wagon Wheels Trail Phase 1

    Article: www.thebee.news

  • Yavapai Trails Association Awarded Funding For Restoration Work on Groom Creek Loop Trail

    Article: https://prescottenews.com

April  2021

  • Gettysburg National Military Park & Gettysburg Foundation Partnership Project: Culp’s Hill Rehabilitation

    Article: https://www.phoenixmag.com

March  2021

  • Vandals set fire to bridge in Boone Forest campground

    Article: www.wtvq.com

February  2021

  • The Corps Network selects ACE member Estephany Gonzalez Ramos as a 2021 Corpsmember of the Year!

    Article: https://corpsnetwork.org

  • AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE APPLAUDS THE BIDEN ADMINSTRATIONS EXECUTIVE ORDER TO ESTABLISH A CIVILIAN CLIMATE CORPS.

    Article: CCC-Press-Release

  • Gettysburg National Military Park & Gettysburg Foundation Partnership Project: Culp’s Hill Rehabilitation

    Article: gettysburgconnection.org

January 2021

  • ‘Strike team’ dropped onto small Texas island to eradicate poisonous invasive plant

    Article: www.charlotteobserver.com

  • ‘Strike team’ dropped onto small Texas island to eradicate poisonous invasive plant

    Article: www.charlotteobserver.com

  • Courthouse Butte trail system will receive facelift over next three months

    Article: www.verdenews.com

November 2020

  • Van Campen Glen trail, cleared and rebuilt, reopens in Water Gap park

    Article: www.njherald.com

  • Trillium Gap Trail in the Smokies reopens after rehab work

    Article: www.wbir.com

  • Great Smoky Mountains trail to Mount Le Conte summit reopens after major facelift

    Article: www.citizen-times.com

July 2020

June 2020

March 2020

  • An old-new backcountry trail delivers the quintessential coastal canyon experience at San Jose Creek.

    Article: www.montereycountyweekly.com

February 2020

  • Invasive plants overtake Birdiest City’s wildlife park; Corpus Christi tackling problem

    Article: https://www.caller.com/

January 2020

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