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Montana Conservation Corps is a nationally-recognized Montana-based nonprofit dedicated to inspiring young people through hands-on conservation service to be leaders, stewards of the land, and engaged citizens who improve their communities.  MCC young adult and youth crews work on public land conservation projects throughout Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, and the Dakotas. 

MCC Press Contact Information

Jono McKinney, President/CEO  | 406-587-4475 ext. 103   jono at


Trending Stories

  • A new partnership between the Sheridan Community Land Trust and Sheridan County Conservation District will aid watershed health throughout the area, as Maggie DeFosse recently joined both organizations as a Watershed Health AmeriCorps through the Big Sky Watershed Corps, part of the Montana Conservation Corps.

  • MT Conservation Corps receives National Park Foundation grant

  • Montana Conservation Corps Helps Conserve Important Part Of Fairview Community

  • New trail signs installed at Four Dances Recreation Area near Billings

  • Hear Montana Conservation Corps’ Paige Kirby talk about her enviable experiences out in the great outdoors this summer. She appeared on Glacier Bank Community Conversations segment of the KGEZ Good Morning Show with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.

  • A Montana Conservation Corps trail building crew, is extending rotary canyon trail at Beaver Creek Park.

  • In partnership with Wyoming Pathways and the US Forest Service, a Montana Conservation Corps crew is working trail construction on the Shoshone National Forest 25 miles outside of Dubois and 50 miles from downtown Jackson.

  • From the Bitter Root Star: Bitter Root Water Forum’s ‘Earth Stewardship Program’ goes virtual

    The BSWC is an AmeriCorps program in partnership between the Montana Watershed Coordination Council, the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana, and the Montana Conservation Corps. The program assists Montana’s watershed communities to make a measurable difference in local conservation efforts while strengthening the experience of young professionals.