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WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN THE UTAH CONSERVATION CORPS?
The Utah Conservation Corps is a unique Corps experience!
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UCC CREW MEMBERS
A Utah Conservation Corps Crew Member serves as part of a 4-person crew completing various conservation projects on public lands throughout Utah. Crew Members are trained on safe and proper tool use, including chainsaws, and on project techniques related to habitat restoration and trail building & maintenance. The crew member travels with their crew and camps near the project site.
Full Position Description
UCC CREW LEADER
Crew Leaders are fully responsible for preparing and leading a 4-8 person crew in conservation project work, as well as upholding UCC values, ensuring that UCC policies and procedures are followed, facilitating education time with their crew, communicating with project sponsors, and recording & reporting important weekly project outcome data and other documentation.
Crew Leader Position Description
Field Boss Position Description
OTHER UCC POSITIONS
The Utah Conservation Corps has many specialty positions throughout the year!
Other Past Programs
N/A... for now!
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Full Year Leadership
Disability Inclusive Crew
UCC Youth Crew
Sponsor A Project
Project Sponsor Application
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Desired Dates of Projects
Project Duration (# of 40 hour, 4-person crew weeks)
Weekly Work Schedule
5 DAYS : 8-hour days
4 DAYS : 10-hour days
8 DAYS : 10-hour days
Custom (explain below
If custom, please explain
Office Contact Name:
Office Contact Email:
Office Contact Phone:
Field Contact Name:
The field contact is the individual the crews may/will be working with in the field (if different than main contact).
Field Contact Email:
Field Contact Phone:
Location of Project:
Directions to Project (if known) or address
First Day Instruction:
Who, where, and when to meet on the first day
Campsite location and directions (if needed)
The UCC requires a campsite within 20 minutes of the worksite for most projects. Exceptions to this must be arranged with Dave Bastian. We are prepared to camp in remote areas but need some access to water, either on site or at a location where we can fill containers for campsite use. We also require a bathroom or backcountry equivalent (we can provide with enough notice).
What are you hoping to achieve with this project and, if known, how does it meet your conservation goals for the area
Please describe the project tasks such as: woody invasive removal, trail re-routing, or fence work. Give details such as how remote the project will be, what travel will be required, and where the project is located. If known, how much oversight will be given to the crews, i.e. initial project layout with weekly visits or daily side by side interaction?
Do you need any specialty tools?
Other? (Please list in comments)
Do you need any specialty heavy equipments?
Desired Reporting (ex: written reports, GIS data, etc) :
Are there educational opportunities for the crews?
Required Communication Devices
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