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Notes from the Field Today – Waders in the Water

The New Jersey Youth Corps of Phillipsburg (NJYCP) sends the following notes from the field: ‘As important as implementing & planting riparian buffers is maintaining them.’ To increase the chances for the success of a planting, they note, you should keep invasive plants down until your native plantings get established.  To that end,…

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Job Corps Pilots Waders in the Water Training

This year Job Corps students have been hard at work with natural resource training and projects on national forests. One of the programs that Jobs Corps students piloted was the Waders in the Water aquatic restoration training and certification program. Students at Job Corps centers on both the coasts in…

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A Green Pathway – Waders in the Water

Lots of news this week about Waders in the Water.  The program we first deployed to youth and service Corps beginning in 2014 was featured in this week’s Report released from the Department of Labor as well as in a thoughtful piece which appeared at the Huffington Post. The Waders in…

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U.S. Restoration Workforce Training & Deploying – Waders in the Water

TCN – Corps Administering the WitW Program 20150327 This Interactive Map shows Conservation Corps with personnel currently trained to support stream, wetland, estuary, and shoreline restoration projects through a unique public-private partnership.  Trout Headwaters  is a proud partner of the program. To contact a ready workforce nearby for your project, just point and click on the…

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Service and Conservation Corps Will Soon Add “Waders in the Water”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 22, 2014—America’s Service and Conservation Corps have always been known for training a ready and able workforce of Americans, but today’s Corpsmembers will not only provide “Boots on the Ground,” they will also soon have “Waders in the Water.” Thanks to a new public-private partnership between…

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Lopatcong Watershed Restoration – Teamwork and Partnerships

New Jersey Audubon announced today that with financial support from the William Penn Foundation and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, New Jersey Audubon has partnered with the NJ Youth Corps of Phillipsburg to be an “on-call” work force to perform river bank and wetland restoration and other stewardship activities…

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