Rocky Mountain Conservancy's Conservation Corps Celebrates 20-Year Milestone with Its Largest Crew Yet

By Katie Cavanaugh-Smith posted 07-11-2023 11:32 AM


The Rocky Mountain Conservancy’s Conservation Corps (RMC-CC) are celebrating the remarkable milestone of two decades of dedication to the preservation and enhancement of Rocky Mountain National Park. The RMC-CC have been at the forefront of ensuring the long-term health and sustainability of Rocky Mountain National Park, with work ranging from trail maintenance and restoration to habitat improvement and wildfire mitigation. 

Throughout the years, the Conservation Corps has provided invaluable opportunities for young adults to develop leadership skills and forge lifelong connections with nature. Through hands-on experiences and training, corps members gain a deep appreciation for the environment while actively contributing to its preservation.

This year, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy's Conservation Corps has assembled its largest crew to date, further amplifying their impact. With a diverse group of talented individuals, they are tackling ambitious projects that will benefit both the land and the communities that depend on it. Together, they are restoring fragile ecosystems, improving recreational opportunities, and fostering a greater sense of environmental stewardship among visitors.


To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Conservancy's Conservation Corps and their ongoing projects, visit their website

Stay tuned for more updates on the amazing work being done by Public Lands Alliance member organizations. Until then, keep exploring, advocating, and appreciating the wonders of our public lands!