Parks, Conservation Corps Deepen Partnership

Parks, Conservation Corps Deepen Partnership

Pilot program for young people provides work experience, improves job prospects Marin County Parks hopes to groom its next recruiting class of road and trail specialists through an experimental program underway now with the nonprofit Conservation Corps North Bay...
December 2019 Project Spotlight: Town of Tiburon

December 2019 Project Spotlight: Town of Tiburon

CCNB has been working with the Town of Tiburon for over a decade. This longstanding partnership allows us to provide work for corpsmembers in the rainy winter season when outdoor projects are (understandably) harder to come by. Our crews are working across Tiburon...
December 2019 Corpsmember Spotlight: Jayson B.

December 2019 Corpsmember Spotlight: Jayson B.

Jayson is a longtime resident of Petaluma who first heard about CCNB through his work with the Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps. CCNB is one of several nonprofits empowering youth through this project; Jayson joined a County Parks crew through Bounty Farms, a program...
Conservation Corps North Bay announces new CEO

Conservation Corps North Bay announces new CEO

The Board of Directors of Conservation Corps North Bay (CCNB), the oldest local nonprofit youth conservation corps in the United States, has selected Angel Minor as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer. Angel joined CCNB in 2017 as Chief Operating Officer...