Youth Corps to Fight Invasive Plants, Protect Water Resources with $50,000 Grant

Youth Corps to Fight Invasive Plants, Protect Water Resources with $50,000 Grant Colorado Water Conservation Board Partners with Colorado Youth Corps Association on Projects in Four Communities April 29, 2015, Denver, Colo. – The Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA) and the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB), a division of the Department of Natural Resources, are fundingGo to Article

Colorado Youth Corps Association Honors Ten Corpsmembers

Colorado Youth Corps Association Honors Ten Corpsmembers Awards Ceremony Celebrates Youth Work Experience and Commitment to Colorado’s Natural Resources  Feb. 2, 2015, DENVER, Colo. – The Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA) honored its 2014 Corpsmembers of the Year this morning at the annual Youth Corps Awards Ceremony, held at the Colorado State Capitol. Representing all cornersGo to Article

Jumping right into 2015

Jumping right into 2015 The Corps Report  |  January 2015 In this issue… Madison’s Path to a GOCO Job AmeriCorps Grant Off to a Strong Start GOCO Awards $500,000 for Youth Corps Projects Annual Youth Corps Awards Ceremony Feb. 2: Join Us! Media Removing Tamarisk in Matchett Park Area Grand Junction Sentinel Grants Fund Improvements at ColoradoGo to Article

Colorado Youth Corps Association Secures $1.39 Million Grant for AmeriCorps Education Awards Program

Colorado Youth Corps Association Secures $1.39 Million Grant for AmeriCorps Education Awards Program May 22, 2014, Denver, Colo. – The Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA) announces it has been awarded $1.39 million through a highly competitive national grant competition. The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) announced the results of the AmeriCorps grant awardsGo to Article

Youth Corps Awarded $50,000 to Fight Invasive Plants, Protect Water Resources

Colorado Water Conservation Board Partners with Colorado Youth Corps Association on Five Projects for 2014 March 25, 2014, Denver, Colo. – The Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA) and the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB), a division of the Department of Natural Resources, announce they are funding invasive plant species mitigation projects throughout Colorado in an effortGo to Article

Our Project Impacts

Youth corps provide Colorado with critical land, water and energy conservation services. These services: Enhance and maintain Colorado’s recreation infrastructure in both urban and rural areas. Improve the health of Colorado’s forests and prairies and help keep recreation users safe on trails and roads and in campgrounds. Protect communities from disasters such as wildfires andGo to Article