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Work with the Conservation Corps building trails and preserving natural habitats

​Conservation Corps Crew Members built this stone staircase in Davidson Mill Pond Park in South Brunswick.

​Who we are
The Middlesex County Youth Conservation Corps is a team of individuals, ages 16 and up, who carry out various projects in the County’s Open Space land parcels. They are hired on a seasonal basis – Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter – to ensure that the maximum number of citizens are exposed to environmental management practices. The crews are diverse and come from different backgrounds and have varied experience.
 
What we do
The Middlesex County Youth Conservation Corps focuses on three main areas of work:
• Trash/Dumping clean-up, debris, brush removal.
• Existing trail maintenance and new trail construction.
• Habitat restoration, which includes pulling invasive species and reforestation.
All training is provided as the work progresses. Our efforts are strong and the results rewarding!

Where we work
The Open Space parcels that the Middlesex County Youth Conservation Corps work on are located throughout the County. Currently, the largest parcels are in Monroe Township, East Brunswick, and Old Bridge.


Fall 2017 Crew Members Wanted!

 
 
If you have any questions or would like any additional information about the Conservation Corp, please contact Griffith Boyd at (732) 745-3064.
 
 

 

 



​Office of Parks and Recreation
Conservation Corps
1030 River Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854
 
Mailing Address:
PO BOX 661
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
 
Phone - (732) 745-3064
Fax - (732) 745-4592
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