Trail Conference Conservation Corps

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The Trail Conference Conservation Corps trains, enables, and empowers future conservation leaders by teaching sustainable trail building and stewardship techniques. Our Corps crews engage and teach community volunteers on the responsible use and care of open space by addressing the needs of land managers.

Our Crews

Floworks Trail Crew (Sterling Forest State Park)

Invasive Species Strike Force (Regional)

Megalithic Trail Crews (Bear Mountain State Park)

Palisades Trail Crew (Sterling Forest State Park)

Rockalaka Trail Crew (Catskills)

Sweet Water Trail Crew (Ramapo Valley County Reservation)

Taconic Trail Crew (Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve/Breakneck Ridge area)

2016 Corps Highlights

  • 4.3 miles of trails built, maintained, and restored
  • 24 miles of trail inventoried and assessed
  • 70.5 acres of habitat restored 
  • 602 volunteers and 19 Corps members completed over 19,995 service hours

Check out everything the Trail Conference Conservation Corps accomplished in 2016 in our final report.

Get Involved


The Trail Conference Conservation Corps is a proud member of the Corps Network's AmeriCorps Education Award Program.

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