Reserve your spot soon, don't miss out on this great networking opportunity!
Workshop registration is now available for the 2018 Trail Skills Summit! Make sure to sign up ASAP. Workshops have limited space and will fill fast!
This event is a great opportunity for gaining new skills and networking in the world of Trails! MCC Staff will be teaching a workshop, and we hope to see you there! 🌲
Be sure to register for the 2018 Trail Skills Summit on March 10! Here's a quick piece from the Daily Bulldog describing what it's all about!
Great opportunity for kids with the Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed! They will also be hosting a Spring Nature Day Camp, which is held over April vacation, and will be running April 17th-20th at the YMCA camp in East Winthrop. Don't forget to "Like" their page to stay updated!
Whether you're gaining confidence and grit serving on a backcountry field team, or serving as an integral part of a conservation organization as an Environmental Steward, one thing is for sure; it's the adventure of a lifetime.
Now accepting applications for Field Team Members and Environmental Stewards.
For more information, visit our website:...
Many of you are aware of the MLK Day event at the Augusta Community Warming Center, but did you know it was part of a nationwide Day of Service? Check out this clip from the Corporation for National and Community Service!
Be sure to come and see us before 1pm at the UMaine Orono Career Fair! We are in the New Balance Student Recreation Center! Come and get your questions answered and a FREE TICK SPOON!!! 🙀🙀🙀
Attention Alumni! We are looking to spotlight you! And learn about your #MaineConservationCorps experience and where you are now!
Do you have memories from your time with MCC? Stories to share? Photos or quotes that sum up your experience? Reasons why others should join?
Please complete our survey:...
#ShoutoutSaturday to Derek Bush, who volunteered with our Environmental Steward Alexa Duchesneau at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge! Derek helped to slash and bend 127 trees to create more suitable habitat for the New England Cottontail, which is endangered in Maine. Thank you Derek!
#FridayFacts - Did you know that Maine State Parks are currently hosting events? Visit DACF's Activities and Events page to find an event near you!