PROJECT PARTNERS

CORPS RIVER RESTORATION PARTNERSHIPS

CCYC and four other youth corps are involved in two river restoration partnerships: the Dolores River Restoration Partnership and the Escalante River Watershed Partnership

UTAH DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

CCYC partners with the UDNR Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands. If you would like more information, visit their website.

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS)

CCYC partners with the NPS in Southeast Utah & Mesa Verde National Park in Southwestern Colorado.

If you would like more info on the NPS, visit the NPS website then choose Utah or Colorado and find those parks specific web sites from there.

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM)

CCYC partners with the BLM: Monticello, Price, and Moab Ranger Districts.

If you would like more info on the BLM, visit their main website and then click on the state of Utah then choose Moab, Monticello, or Price.

U.S. FOREST SERVICE (USFS)

CCYC partners with the USFS Manti La Sal National Forest; Monticello and Moab Ranger Districts.

For more information, visit the USFS website.

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY

CCYC partners with The Nature Conservancy for the Dolores River Restoration Crews.

For more information about The Nature Conservancy, visit their website.

RIVERSEDGE WEST (FORMERLY THE TAMARISK COALITION)

CCYC partners with the RiversEdge West for the Dolores River Restoration Crew.

For more information, visit their website.

THE WALTON FAMILY FOUNDATION

CCYC partners with The Walton Family Foundation for the Dolores and Escalante River Restoration Crews.

For more information, visit their website.

Forever Our Rivers Foundation


Forever Our Rivers Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was incorporated in 2016 with the sole purpose of protecting and enhancing rivers.  Rivers are essential to every community and person in the world, providing vital water supplies, food security, and recreation opportunities. Forever Our Rivers supports the people and organizations on the front lines of river conservation and enhancement throughout the United States.

udffsl.gif
NPS_logo.gif
blm.gif
USFS_logo.gif

CCYC Recruitment Partners:

Four Corners Area High Schools:

  • Monticello High School (UT)

  • San Juan High School (Blanding, UT)

  • Whitehorse High School (Montezuma Creek, UT)

  • Monument Valley High School (UT)

  • Navajo Mountain High School (UT)

  • Red Mesa High School (AZ)

  • Monument Valley High School (Kayenta, AZ)

  • Shiprock Career Prep High School (NM)

  • Shiprock High School (NM)

  • Shiprock Northwest High School (NM)

In addition CCYC works with many Navajo Nation Chapter Houses and area Workforce Service Centers

CCYC is a partner corps with the Public Lands Service Coalition (PLSC) The PLSC was founded in 2009 by The Corps Network, Conservation Legacy and the Student Conservation Association.  The Public Lands Service Coalition (PLSC) is an unincorporated coalition of more than 40 Conservation Corps and other organizations that promote youth and veteran engagement in stewardship of the Great Outdoors. The PLSC promotes and supports efforts to expand youth service on public and tribal lands and waters, with the goal that this service leads to careers in natural resource management and the development of the next generation of environmental stewards.


Coalition participants work toward four strategic objectives:


• Expand the federal investment in conservation service

• Strengthen PLSC member organizations, programs, and operation

• Modernize and expand the structural mechanisms that support Corps

• Raise the profile of Conservation Corps through partnership development and other Means