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Copper Hill Forestry Project

RMYC was a proud recipient of a generous grant from the New Mexico Association of Counties. Corpsmembers worked hard to protect state and private lands from forest fire while receiving their chainsaw certifications and learning valuable life-skills. The project was located in the Copper Hill area near Penasco.It took an incredible amount of focus and

National Forest Foundation Funding

National Forest Foundation Funding   Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC) is fortunate to have foundations which consistently support environmental projects within northern New Mexico.  Annually, these foundations provide RMYC the opportunity to leverage National Forest Foundation funding through the Matching Awards Program. This grant offers an opportunity to blend the needs of the environment with

Conservation Crews Up and Running

Conservation Crews Up and Running RMYC Conservation Program 2013 has started! 21 new Americorps members will be out in the community engaged in public service. A majority of their season will be focused on fuels reduction and habitat restoration in northern New Mexico. Partnering with agencies like the Carson National Forest and the State Trust