Project Photos

YCC Projects in 2016(FY2017)

Pecos Independent Schools, area close to school selected as an outdoor classroom
Pecos Independent Schools, outdoor classroom area after the YCC Project
This is a picture of the area selected to be an outdoor classroom at the Pecos Independent Schools. The same area after teh YCC Project.
Aztec Municipal Schools Corps members work at Aztec National Monument Capacity Builders-walking trail between schools close to Dine College
Aztec Municipal Schools - JROTC Corps members constructed wooden fence att the Aztec National Monument. Capacity Builders employed Corps members to construct a walking trail between a neighborhood and Dine College in Shiprock.
EcoServants trail construction
Embudo Valley Library Project
A trail construction project sponsored by EcoServants on the Lincoln National Forest near Ruidoso. Corps members landscaped the property around the Embudo Valley Library in Dixon..
Wildlife West Animal Exhibit Rio Arriba San Pedro Senior Before the YCC Project
YCC members built a shade shelter at an animal exhibit at the Wildlife West Nature Center. The San Pedro Senior Center recreation field before the YCC Project.
Rio Arriba County Senior Center after the YCC Project was completed. Capacity Builders Project in Tohatchi
The recreation field after the Corps members created a walking trail along with other projects at the senior center. Corps members worked for Capacity Builders to improve a 3-mile trail in Tohatchi.
Tile Mosaic YCC Project at the Albuquerque West Convention Center City of Aztec Caprock Park YCC Project
Corps members hired by the New Mexico Community Development Loan Fund installed a tile mosaic on the west building of the Albuquerque Convention Center. The City of Aztec employed youth to renovated the Caprock Park by installing new playground equipment, installed erosion contract structures and a new sign.

YCC Projects in 2014 (FY2015)

The Tohatchi crew, employed by Capacity Builders improved the Community Trails.
EcoServants YCC members in several projects.  At Ft. Stanton Historic Site, Corps members improved a trail that goes throughout the property.
Corps members employed by the Village of Los Lunas built playground equipment using wood found at the Bosque Park..
The Tohatchi crew, employed by Capacity Builders improved the Community Trails. EcoServants' YCC members worked at many location in Lincoln County. At Ft. Stanton Historic Site, Corps members improved a trail that goes throughout the property. The Village of Los Lunas employed youth to make renovations at the Bosque Park. 
The Pueblo of Santa Clara crew restored walls of the ancient Puye Cliff Dwellings The Village of Roy crew made renovations to the ranch house located at Chicosa Park. The San Juan Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with the Jicarrila Ranger District (FS) to install fenceline and perform other natural resouces projects.
The Pueblo of Santa Clara crew restored walls of the ancient Puye Cliff Dwellings. The Village of Roy crew made renovations to the ranch house located at Chicosa Park. The San Juan Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with the Jicarrila Ranger District (FS) to install fencing and perform other natural resources projects.
The Santa Fe County Fire Department crew was involved in wildland-urban interface thinning project. A Corps member makes repairs to the facilities at the Jennings Baseball Complex. Corps members working for The Wellness Coalition installed a retaining wall at the Big Ditch Park.
The Santa Fe County Fire Department crew posed while working at a wildland-urban interface thinning project. A Corps member makes repairs to the facilities at the City of Tucumcari Jennings Baseball Complex Corps members working for The Wellness Coalition installed a retaining wall at the Big Ditch Park in Silver City.
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