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National Association of Service and Conservation Corps
666 11th St. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 737-6272, nascc@nascc.org; www.nascc.org. Want to learn job skills while you restore the environment and help your community? Become one of the 23,000 young people currently serving in conservation corps across the United States.

National Audubon Society Workshops
700 Broadway, New York, NY 10003, (212) 979-3000, camps@audubon.org; www.audubon.org/educate/cw/. Kids, teens, adults, families, and teachers can explore the natural world at Audubon Camps.

National Outdoor Leadership School
288 Main St., Lander, WY 82520, (307) 332-5300, admissions@nols.edu; www.nols.edu. NOLS teaches wilderness and leadership skills on outdoor expeditions that last from two weeks to a full semester.

National Wildlife Federation NatureLink
info@nwf.org; www.nwf.org/naturelink/. Join in nature discovery and adventures for families and youth (ages 9 to 17) at summer camps in Tennessee, Colorado, Washington, Virginia, and Montana.

Outward Bound USA
100 Mystery Point Rd., Garrison, NY 10524, (888) 88BOUND, obninfo@outwardbound.org; www.outwardbound.org. Outward Bound is a well-established leader in wilderness-based experiential education for youth and adults.

Sierra Club Inner-City Outings
85 Second Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105, (415) 977-5628, ico@sierraclub.org; www.sierraclub.org/ico/. Urban youth (and others) are introduced to the natural world through backpacking trips, neighborhood cleanups, and naturalist-led hikes in local wild places.

Sierra Club Outings
85 Second St., 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105, (415) 977-5630, national.outings@sierraclub.org; www.sierraclub.org/outings/. Outings offers a wide variety of recreational and service-oriented trips. Previous service trips targeted to youth (age 25 and under) have restored trails in Acadia National Park, weeded non-native plants in Kauai, and repaired fence lines in Bryce Canyon.

Student Conservation Association
P.O. Box 550, Charlestown, NH 03603, (603) 543-1700, makecontact@sca-inc.org; www.sca-inc.org. Hands-on service activities-from counting whales to building trails-give high school and college students experiential environmental education, career skills, and leadership training.

Wilderness Inquiry
808 14th Ave. S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55414, (800) 728-0719, info@wildernessinquiry.org; www.wildernessinquiry.org. This organization provides multi-day adventures, community events, and outdoor skills and leadership training for people of all ages.

Willing Workers on Organic Farms
P.O. Box 2675, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1RB, UK, www.wwoof.org. Traveling the world? Help pay your way across 40 countries in six continents by working on an organic farm. You'll receive lodging and food, and a first-hand education about rural life and ecologically sound agriculture.


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