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Utah Conservation Corps: Being Part of the Solution

The Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) is Utah's award-winning, 
and nationally-recognized statewide Conservation Corps headquartered in Logan, Utah at Utah State University's main campus.  The UCC has been Utah's largest environmental AmeriCorps program since 2001, completing service work on public lands, in communities, and with various organizations throughout the state.

The vision of the UCC is to create sustainable communities while conserving the natural heritage of Utah and the Intermountain West. We strive to develop the conservation leaders of tomorrow through service and education, create partnerships to address environmental challenges, and inform civically-engaged citizens. We value leadership development and personal growth among Corpsmembers and the inclusion of underserved populations.
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Getting Things Done!

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We are committed to doing our part for the solution. Since 2001, the UCC has:

maintained and restored over

3,055 MILES OF TRAIL

built or maintained over

224 MILES OF FENCE

restored over

32,076 ACRES OF HABITAT

provided environmental education for

244,000 students

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