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The California Conservation Corps now has 12 crews -- nearly 150 corpsmembers -- responding to fires.
An additional three crews have been sent to the El Portal Fire in Yosemite National Park.  The new crews are from San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria; they join two Fresno crews already at the fire.  The crews are assisting at the U.S. Forest Service fire camp.
 On the Sand Fire in Amador County, there are four crews providing logistical support to Cal Fire. The crews are from Auburn, Sacramento and Lake Tahoe
Three crews, from San Luis Obispo and Watsonville, are assisting the U.S. Forest Service on the French Fire in Madera County
Three CCC fire crews from Camarillo in Ventura County are in a staging pattern, ready to be called out as needed.


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 Photo

 



 A Redding corpsmember works on the Lassen Peak Trail retaining wall.  Photo by Ian Dalziel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Video

 

To commemorate the 35 years, corpsmembers from throughout the state submitted more than 1,000 video clips chronicling a "Day in the Life" of corpsmembers, all shot within a two-week period in October 2011.