Day in the Life of a MCC Field Crew [Video]

Last month Reggie Clark’s team was in the Vaughan Woods Homestead in Hallowell, Maine. This video is a representation of some of the work they did on the property.

[UPDATE]:

During the month of June we announced the American Great Outdoors Month. We wanted to follow up with the activities of our members during National Trails Day on Saturday, June the 6th. On this day our members Jordan Tate and Hannah Colbert took part in events at Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park. The events for that day included trail walks, volunteer trail maintenance with Ranger Michael Frey, and a talk on Leave No Trace presented by Hannah.

At Vaughan Woods State Park our Environmental Steward, Wesley Ham, and park staff took part in educational tours and walks on History and Natural Science at Vaughan Woods State Park and its sister park, Fort McClary.


This post written, filmed and prepared by Dylan Cookson: AmeriCorps Member and MCC Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator

Contributions to the article made by:

  • Krista Rogers: MCC Community Leader and Environmental Steward Program Coordinator, Editing and proofreading
  • Jordan Tate: AmeriCorps Member & MCC Environmental Steward
  • Wesley Ham: AmeriCorps Member & MCC Environmental Steward
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