The Youth Development and Conservation Corps in the State of Washington
Abstract:Since 1961 the State of Washington has operated a Youth Development and Conservation Corps similar to the old federal CCC. The YDCC provides work, moderate wages, and instruction in outdoor skills to young men needing employment and vocational training. Various public and private agencies have contributed personnel to assist in presenting a wide variety of subjects in the training program. Accomplishments of the program are given and the possible importance of foresters in such work is mentioned.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: State Parks Forester for the State of Washington, Olympia
Publication date: June 1, 1964
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