Why Partner with MHYC on a Project?
MHYC Is Cost-Effective.
MHYC crews have 8-10 members, including 1-2 Crew Leaders. Crews work on a "per week" basis. Each crew is contracted to work at least 320 hours collectively per week on land conservation projects. Crews are fully insured, trained and supervised and are equipped with most tools needed for a project—requiring very little time from your agency staff.
MHYC Has A Proven Track Record
The Corps has 25 years of experience in putting youth to work on conservation projects for city, state and federal agencies. Crews earn an average satisfaction rate of 4.6 out of 5 from project sponsors.
MHYC Crews Complete Quality Work
Crews come prepared and ready to complete quality work. Between 2014 and 2016, 99% of project partners indicated that they want to use Mile High Youth Corps crews again in the future. Typically projects include:
- New trail construction
- Rock structures
- Timber structures
- Invasive tree removal and processing
- Noxious weed removal
- Native planting
- Pesticide application
- Historical preservation
- Social trail rehabilitation
- Infrastructure improvements
- Painting and staining
- Planting and mulching
- Fencing construction, maintenance and demolition
- Forest thinning
- Hazardous fuels reduction
- Post-fire erosion control and revegetation
Interested in hiring a MHYC crew?
Email Jesse Roehm, Denver Metro Project Manager, or by phone at 303-433-1206 ext. 230