21st Century Conservation Service Corps Champions of the Week

The Partnership for the 21st Century Conservation Corps has selected several partners who work with 21CSC programs to recognize as “21st Century Conservation Service Corps Champions of the Week.” These individuals have proven to be excellent facilitators of partnerships that connect young people and veterans enrolled in conservation corps and environmental stewardship programs to natural resource careers and projects on public lands.

We asked them to answer some questions about their experiences working with Corps. You can read their answers by clicking on the links below.

Renee Benally, Natural Resource Specialist for the BIA's Western Navajo Agency, stops for a photo at Navajo Bridge near Lee's Ferry. Renee serves as the regional youth liason for the agency.


Renee Benally

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Western Navajo Agency

>> Read Renee’s Q&A Interview



Tom Davis is Trails Specialist for the U.S. Forest Service's Skykomish Ranger District, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.


Tom Davis

U.S. Forest Service, Skykomish Ranger District, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

>> Read Tom’s Q&A Interview



oel "Buzz" Brown works for the U.S. National Park Service as the Trails & Campgrounds Supervisor at Isle Royale National Park.


Buzz Brown

U.S. National Park Service, Isle Royale National Park

>> Read Buzz’s Q&A Interview



Coreen Francis is the Lead Forester for the Nevada Bureau of Land Management.


Coreen Francis

Bureau of Land Management, Nevada

>> Read Coreen’s Q&A Interview

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