Hire a Crew

If your governmental agency, non-profit, or utility company has a project focused on enhancing and protecting California’s natural resources, the California Conservation Corps is a phenomenal resource for skilled, reliable and supervised workers.

From trail building, to fire prevention, to retrofitting inefficient lighting, our Corpsmembers are trained by our experienced staff and will work under the guidance of your project experts.

Here’s what we bring when contracted for a project:

  • Trained and seasoned workers
  • Tools
  • Vehicles
  • Worker’s comp coverage
  • Diverse workforce

While the costs per project may vary, you can count on the CCC delivering exceptionally strong value.


SMUD called on the California Conservation Corps to do a massive rehabilitation of its public trails around Loon Lake in California’s Desolation Wilderness and says it couldn’t be more pleased with, nor more proud of its partnership with the CCC.

The Mt. View Sanitary District’s Moorhen Marsh re-opened to the public in spring 2019. The CCC helped build a new viewing platform and boardwalk to make it easier for school kids and birdwatchers to get around. It’s an example of how local utility and sanitation districts can accomplish projects they might not otherwise be able to afford by hiring the CCC’s Corpsmembers to provide labor while receiving training that can lead to meaningful careers. The MVSD says it is excited about the great partnership with CCC’s Delta Center.

Former CAL FIRE Chief Ken Pimlott shares why hiring CCC crews was a strong value for his program.

When Incredible Edible Community Garden needed help planting trees for its tribute to America’s veterans, the directors put their trust in the California Conservation Corps. CCC Corpsmembers jumped in to help the San Bernardino County non-profit maintain its commitment to enriching neighborhoods with community gardens and agroforestry projects. Incredible Edible Community Garden says it’s always a pleasure working with our top-of-the-line Corpsmembers to improve local neighborhoods.

Contact Your Regional Director

If you would like to hire a crew for your next governmental agency or non-profit project use the region info below to locate and contact a regional director for your area to discuss timeframe and project requirements. The CCC does not work on personal, residential, or for-profit projects.


Region 1 includes: Yreka, Fortuna, Redding, Magalia Fire Center, Chico, Ukiah, Auburn, and Solano.

Region 2 includes: San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Camarillo, Los Angeles, Inland Empire, Pomona, Lake Elsinore, and San Diego.

Region 3 includes: Tahoe, Greenwood, Sacramento, Stockton, Monterey Bay, Fresno, Norwalk, and Vista. Sacramento, Norwalk and Vista are also Energy Centers. Fresno is both an Energy Center and a regular center.

Regional Director Contact Numbers

Regional Deputy Director Contact Numbers

Region 1: (800) 952-5627
Contact: Vacant

Region 2: (619) 250-6098
Contact: Sara Weaver

Region 3: (916) 341-3141
Contact: Brandon Joanis

Statewide Programs: (916) 764-9922
Contact: Melinda Allen