Something fishy: AmeriCorps crews work with DNR

The next AmeriCorps year starts on Monday and DNR has reason to celebrate.

In partnership with many Washington state agencies, conservation crews with the Washington Conservation Corps and Puget Sound Corps will begin another year of valuable service caring for Washington’s trails and campgrounds, natural areas, and even the watersheds that lead to the Puget Sound.

DNR’s aquatic reserves interns spent a year helping gather information about the species that call Washington’s aquatic lands home. Get a peek at their contributions through their culminating video of first-hand experiences

Learn more
To learn more about DNR’s Aquatics Reserves program and how it protects important native ecosystems on aquatic lands owned by the people of Washington, visit our website.

Visit the Department of Ecology’s website for more information about Washington Conservation Corps. To learn more about the Puget Sound Corps, visit our website.

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