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7-month-old dog rescued by forestry trainees

Nothing prepares adventurers for the anxiety of looking for a lost dog, especially in the backcountry as the sun sinks below the horizon and the coyotes yip in the distance. Dogs generally use their senses to find their way, sooner or later, back to their owners.

Green Job Corps teaches youths teamwork, entrepeneurship

Tomatoes and strawberries aren’t the only thing growing at Riverfront Farm. On a recent Thursday morning, the urban garden teemed with kids sporting Green Collar Job Corps T-shirts. Green Collar Job Corps is the youth entrepreneurship and employment initiative of Project HOPE (Helping Our Young People Excel). “We’ve got 28 kids from ages 11 to 19 involved,” said board president Andrew Larson. “We’ve grown every year.”

Green Job Corps teaches youths teamwork, entrepeneurship

Tomatoes and strawberries aren’t the only thing growing at Riverfront Farm. Last Thursday morning, the urban garden teemed with kids sporting Green Collar Job Corps T-shirts. Green Collar Job Corps is the youth entrepreneurship and employment initiative of Project HOPE (Helping Our Young People Excel). “We’ve got 28 kids from ages 11 to 19 involved,” said board president Andrew Larson. “We’ve grown every year.”