WDFW teams up with WCC to get tasks done, get young people into conservation careers

Members of the Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) contracted by WDFW
WCC crews removed an entire trailer of trash from the Crater Lake public access area
WCC members picking up trash
WCC crew members work to repair fences
Some of the replanted area of the wildlife area
A WCC member picks sage seed
A dove trap made by WCC crew members
A blind that was “brushed in” by WCC crews

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating the state’s fish and wildlife resources.

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