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  • Reggie Jra

    Meet our 2022 Environmental Science Intern – Reggie Payne

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    July 6th, 2022| RICHMOND, VA- Press Release: Meet Reggie Payne, a current Virginia Commonwealth University student working with the James River Association this summer to assist with the James River Watch program.

    Source: James River Association

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  • Emily And Becca

    Land Steward Individual Placements Pilot Year Coming to a Close

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    March 11th, 2022 | WARRENTON, VA – : Press Release: Emily Stern and Rebecca Budrock, part of the pilot Individual Placements Program in partnership with the Virginia Outdoors Foundation, reflect on their term as the first year comes to a close.

    Source: Virginia Outdoors Foundation

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  • Kalen Anderson Photo

    Appalachian Conservation Corps Intern Selected by The Corps Network as 2022 Corpsmember of the Year

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    March 8th, 2022 | HARRISONBURG, VA – : Press Release: Kalen Anderson, former Appalachian Conservation Corps’ (ACC) Werowocomoco project intern, will be recognized by The Corps Network, the National Association of Service and Conservation Corps, as a 2022 Corpsmember of the Year.

    Source: The Corps Network

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  • Cajo Wero1Nps 1025

    Indigenous Insight Informs NPS Exploration And Development Of Sacred Site

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    March 5,2021 | Werowocomoco rests atop a bluff on a peninsula in the Tidewater region of eastern Virginia, surrounded by marshlands, fields, and forests. It is a lush and verdant place, rich in plant and animal life—but most importantly, rich in Indigenous history and heritage.

    Until recently, the site’s exact location was lost to the memory of the tribes who once inhabited it. Now recently rediscovered, Conservation Legacy and the National Park Service are collaborating with Native tribes to learn more about Werowocomoco, incorporate it into the National Park System, and accurately and respectfully interpret it for future visitors.

    Source: National Parks Traveler • Appalachian Conservation Corps • Conservation Legacy

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