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Our Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak

By Steve Dubiel, Executive Director

UPDATED MARCH 25 In light of the uncertainty we all face with the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we wanted to share the steps EarthCorps is taking to respond to this evolving situation. Our hearts go out to all those impacted, including those diagnosed with the virus, their family and friends, and all those whose jobs,… Keep reading

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The Birds and the Bees

By Sara Davis, EarthCorps

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… Keep reading

Building my Career

By Tom Lawler, Corps Member 2015

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… Keep reading

The Journey to becoming a Forester

By Kayanna Warren, Corps Member 2006

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… Keep reading