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Alumni Share Their Stories in the EarthCorps Yearbook

The EarthCorps Yearbook is collecting stories from our vast network of alumni, community partners, and supporters. Today we are sharing a few entries from our incredible alumni. Gather round the campfire, because it’s time for some stories! Devyn Palm-TrujilloAlumni, 2019 What is a favorite memory from being at EarthCorps? Exploring the outdoors of the PNW,...

EarthCorps’ New Website

Welcome to EarthCorps’ new website and blog! We hope that you like the new look! But more importantly, we hope that you find the new website easy to navigate and use. With a few clicks or taps, you can learn about our story, sign up to volunteer at a restoration event, apply to be a...

The Birds and the Bees

You’ve seen it in the news: Honeybee populations are declining at an alarming rate across the country. Unfortunately, it’s not just the honeybees that are losing ground. Other pollinators close to home, like certain butterflies and bumblebees that are native to the Puget Sound region and vital to our forest’s health, are declining towards extinction...

Building my Career

It is now a year since I ventured out from the EarthCorps community into an unknown future. I would say I ventured away from the community, but the truth is EarthCorps has remained in my life as cherished memories and hard learned lessons. Now, in December, at the freezing-dreary end of the year, it is...

The Journey to becoming a Forester

I was a seasonal EarthCorps watering crew hire in 2006, right after I graduated from the University of Washington. I had never had a field job before EarthCorps. Ten years later, I now work for a public land management agency, and I don’t believe I would be on this career path that I love dearly...