This is Part 1 of Terra's Gear Tips and Considerations for your time with the Maine Conservation Corps. Hello and a big warm welcome to the Maine Conservation Corps. You should be excited for the adventures that await! I've always been an avid hiker and camper and I am particularly good at writing up organized lists. … Continue reading Terra’s Tips Part 1: The Big Basics
The Maine Conservation Corps (MCC), an AmeriCorps program through the Maine Commission for Community Service, housed in the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry was thrilled to connect with an abundance of MCC Alumni who identified as students, teachers, community organization and nonprofit leaders at the Unity College Environmental Career Fair. As an AmeriCorps initiative, … Continue reading Strong Presence of Successful MCC Alumni at Unity College Environmental Career Fair
Video by Maine Conservation Corps Member Dmitry Pepper.
There are numerous exhibits on local plant and animal life and various taxidermy animal mounts. The most attractive and imposing feature of the Nature Center is overhead.
The real substance of the Nature Center wasn’t the exhibits themselves, but the stories Bob could tell about them. Nearly every exhibit had a narrative. Bob impressed me as an eager and energetic story teller.
I think any child would want to spend some time at the “WHAT’S THE POOP?” game.
On August 29th, Dan presented his “Season’s Magnum Opus” to attendees at the Mount Blue Amphitheater. There was much “applause and general fanfare” when visitors watched “Project Hiking.”