Donate to CC North Bay                          

Help us provide immediate disaster relief in the North Bay.

Conservation Corps North Bay has strong crews filled with trained, heroic Corpsmembers eager to help respond to the devastating fire storm that continues to rage through their community. Thanks to a few generous donations we have begun to respond. Our crews are trained to respond to natural disasters and come with their own tools, large trucks, and even chippers. Some of the things we are doing now and can do quickly are move food and supplies needed by the people in emergency shelters, clear brush to make defensible space around fire areas to keep the fire contained, and recycle the massive number of disposable bottles that are being generated by fire crews and in the shelters.

In the weeks and months ahead, our crews will be available to remove hazardous trees and other debris, restore habitat, stabilize hillsides for erosion control, and prevent mud flows from going into our waterways, to name just a few ways we can support the recovery.

Our current project funding is very restricted so we need flexible dollars right now to allow us the flexibility to help wherever we are most needed. Donate now to give our Corpsmembers the chance to be a vital part of putting their communities back together.

If you would like your donation to go to these efforts, please designate “relief.”

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Become a Corpsmember

Are you age 18-30 and want to earn your high school diploma while working and getting paid? Learn more in our corpsmember brochure.

Conservation Corps North Bay has paying jobs and quality educational opportunities available. We are currently scheduling interviews and orientations for new corpsmembers.

Hire our Corpsmembers

Employ a skilled crew of CCNB corpsmembers for your Natural Resource or Community Recycling project.

Conservation Corps North Bay Changes Lives


Come to the Graduation!

CCNB’s new class of high school graduates will celebrate their accomplishments on Oct. 21, from 3-5 pm at the Carole E. Ellis Auditorium on the Petaluma campus of Santa Rosa Junior College. This is an inspiring event and a highlight of our year.

Please RSVP to Mary Ewing at 415.454.4554 ext 272 or development@ccnorthbay.org.

Support CCNB! Read about our impact on youth and the environment in the monthly CCNB update.

Education

Earn your high school diploma.

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Conservation

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