Our Corpsmembers have been working hard this year and have achieved some impressive project accomplishments. Check out some of the stats from our Denver Summer of Service Land Conservation Crews and the first cycle of Energy & Water Conservation for 2014….
- 31, 868 feet of trail constructed and maintained
- 92, 507 feet of fence constructed and maintained
- 7,220 invasive trees removed
- 926 High Efficiency Toilets installed
- 2,227 aerators installed
Stay tuned for updates from all of our programs!
Congratulations to Mile High Youth Corps - Colorado Springs for receiving the Stewardship Award (Education) at the 5th Annual Southern Colorado Conservation Awards, hosted by Palmer Land Trust.
The Stewardship Award (Education) honors an organization that has positively impacted the land and the way members of our communities understand and respect their relationship to the land. Mile High Youth Corps - Colorado Springs creates community stewards by educating young adults about land conservation methods.
To watch a video about Mile High Youth Corps - Colorado Springs' work, click here.
MHYC’s 10th annual wine tasting event was a huge success thanks to all of our donors, guests and volunteers! Over 200 tickets were sold for this year’s event. The night was filled with delicious wine and cheese, fabulous art, amazing...