Many hands make light work as evidenced by our visiting AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) crew.
A team of six AmeriCorps participants are volunteering at Minute Man National Historical Park for 4 weeks under the direction of Margie Coffin Brown, Integrated Resource Program Manager. The crew has accomplished a tremendous amount in a short time including invasive species removal, caring for the sheep herd, cleaning up pasture fences, winterizing historic houses, and helping with snow removal.
A big thanks goes to these volunteers who come from around the United States - we appreciate their hard work and enthusiasm!
"I gained so much knowledge about identifying invasive species, taking care of historical buildings, and caring for livestock. . . For things to do, a snowball fight or driving to Boston are some of the best pastimes I’ve ever had!” - Roland Viernes, AmeriCorp volunteer
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