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Greater Yellowstone and Southern Youth Branch

Regional Offices

Our Past Projects

Field Program:

Corps Members serving in Greater Yellowstone receive exposure to a diversity of projects and ecosystems during their term of service. A crew may assist in recovery efforts of the endangered Black Footed Ferret, tackle weeds in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, clear backcountry trails in the Lee Metcalf Wilderness, or undertake restoration and trails projects in Yellowstone National Park. Our region is large and exposes Corps Members to a variety of landscapes in far Eastern Montana and the northern reaches of Wyoming. On any given day, you may find yourself working with the US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Montana State Parks, and a variety of other land management agencies.

Youth Program:

Folks serving in the south program branch experience a wide array of projects and landscapes during their time with MCC. A crew may work on wild horse habitat recovery efforts in the Pryor Mountains, clearing trails in the Bitterroot National Forest, preserving mesic habitats in central Montana, or restoration and trails projects in Yellowstone National Park. Our branch includes projects throughout the state from Bozeman to Darby all the way out to Winnett. On any given day, you may find yourself working with the US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish & Wildlife Service, and Montana State Parks among others. 

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