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AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011

Organization

Project Start Date

Project End Date

Region

Team

Mbrs

City

State

Project Description

Pacific

Blue 1

10

Bonners Ferry

ID

Idaho Panhandle National Forest/USDA Forest Service

18-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Develop and maintain recreational trails, restore an historic fire outlook, and support forest restoration.

Pacific

Blue 2

11

Reno

NV

Washoe County School District

16-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Blue 3

9

Salt Lake City

UT

Kostopulos Dream Foundation

13-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Tutor at-risk students, improve community center structure with beautification projects, assist school maintenance staff with preparations for new school year Assist with summer camp programming and working with individuals who are differently-abled

Pacific

Blue 4

11

Oroville

CA

Plumas National Forest/USDA Forest Service

08-Mar-2011

06-May-2011

Pacific

Blue 5

9

Coeur D Alene

ID

Camp Fire USA Inland Northwest Council

18-May-2011

11-Jun-2011

Pacific

Blue 6

8

Corvallis

OR

Corvallis Environmental Center

23-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Blue 7

9

Virginia City

MT

Montana Heritage Preservation and Development Commission

18-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Perform fuel reduction and mitigation, including creating fuel breaks and cutting, hauling, and removing fuel, as well as aspen restoration and noxious weed removal. Perform fuel reduction work; clear trails and support facility maintenance needs. Assist with garden harvesting, planting, and improvement projects; work with partner agencies to prepare and distribute produce; assist with leading volunteers and summer programs for youth Support collections management, archaeology, preservation, education and safety resources in historic Montana towns.


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Pacific

Composite Team - Silver

8

Newport

OR

Oregon Parks and Recreation - Coastal Region

24-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Remove invasive species; collect native seeds for propagation; remove invasive species; build and maintain trails; survey plants; plant native dune grass.

Pacific

Gold 1

10

Vernon

CA

Los Angeles Regional Foodbank

26-May-2011

12-Jul-2011

Assist with foodbank operations; lead volunteers.

Pacific

Gold 2

9

North Bend

WA

USDA Forest Service Mt. Baker Snoqualamie National Forest

18-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Restore campsites, historical structures, and trail systems; remove litter, invasive species and weed barriers; assist with volunteers

Pacific

Gold 3

8

Camp Meeker

CA

St. Dorothy's Rest & Retreat Center - Camp 16-May-2011 Meeker

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Gold 4

10

Camptonville

CA

Tahoe National Forest/USDA Forest Service

16-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Gold 5

11

Twin Bridges

CA

City of Sacramento Department of Parks and Recreation/Camp Sacramento

18-May-2011

03-Jun-2011

Pacific

Gold 6

11

Anchorage

AK

Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral Alaska

17-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Gold 7

8

Silverton

OR

Habitat for Humanity - North Willamette Valley

17-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Green 1

8

Vashon

WA

Camp Fire USA - Central Puget Sound Council

18-May-2011

11-Jul-2011

Perform facilities improvements, including trail maintenance, constructing and maintaining community garden. Support summer programming. Perform fuel reduction and mitigation, including creating fuel breaks and cutting, hauling and removing fuels. Perform fuel reduction and mitigation, including clearing defensible spaces and removing fuels, as well as camp maintenance projects. Assist with facilities upgrades; working with you in summer programming Construct of affordable homes, assist with resale store displays, marketing, and operations; support volunteers; recruit volunteers Assist in environmental education/camps


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Pacific

Green 2

11

Sacramento

CA

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento

16-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Incorporate a service-oriented curriculum for youth to introduce participants to national service, raise awareness of local community issues, and demonstrate the rewards of giving back to their community through service.

Pacific

Green 3

7

Portola

CA

Sierra Nevada Journeys

16-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Green 4

11

Sheridan

WY

Habitat for Humanity - Eastern Bighorns

19-May-2011

09-Jul-2011

Pacific

Green 5

11

San Francisco

CA

The Presidio Trust

17-May-2011

25-Jun-2011

Create gardens, build small structures, assist with outdoor environmental education camps, support summer programming. Construct affordable homes and assist in the Habitat ReStore. Remove invasive plants, spread mulch, build garden boxes, care for trees, maintain trails and playground equipment, assist with public events, conduct volunteer outreach, lead volunteers, plan/implement service day events.

Pacific

Green 6

5

Grass Valley

CA

Fire Safe Council of Nevada County

16-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Green 7

5

Redlands

CA

Helping Hands Pantry

17-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Silver 1

10

Cave Junction

OR

The Glass Rail Outfit

16-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Silver 2

10

Seattle

WA

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

20-May-2011

11-Jul-2011

Pacific

Silver 3

9

Angelus Oaks

CA

Camp Fire USA Mt. San Antonio Council

14-May-2011

16-Jul-2011

Pacific

Silver 4

9

Green River

UT

Friends of the Green River Positive Action Community Team (PACT)

18-May-2011

11-Jul-2011

Perform fuel reduction and mitigation, including educating on and clearing defensible spaces around homes, cutting, chipping, hauling and removing fuel. Assit with food distribution and developing a community garden Construct small structures; build and maintain trails; develop campground sites; paint structures. Trail construction and maintenance, invasive species removal, tree planting. Assist with camp operations; trail maintenance, fire clearance, and painting; Serve as camp counselors. Assist with summer camp programming; house construction.


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Pacific

Silver 5

9

Pollock Pines

CA

Eldorado National Forest/USDA Forest Service

08-Mar-2011

06-May-2011

Pacific

Silver 6

9

Oakland

OR

Oakland School District

17-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Pacific

Silver 7

10

Everett

WA

Volunteers of America Western Washington 18-May-2011

13-Jul-2011

Southwest

Composite Team Center, Colorado Composite Team OneStar Foundation

9

Monte Vista

CO

Center Consolidated School

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

4

Austin

TX

OneStar Foundation

16-May-2011

01-Jun-2011

A variety of preparedness work including developing scripts, protocols; creating or update resource manuals; developing SOPs

Southwest

Earth 1

8

Farmington

NM

Boys and Girls Club of Farmington

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Earth 2

11

Saint Louis

MO

Missouri State Emergency Human Services 01-May-2011

01-Jun-2011

Southwest Southwest

Earth 3 Earth 4

9 10

Independence Denver

MO CO

Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity - Metro Denver

16-May-2011 16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011 21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Earth 5

9

Alamo

TX

16-May-2011

17-Jun-2011

Southwest

Earth 6

9

Denver

CO

Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge Veterans Green Jobs

16-May-2011

17-Jun-2011

Southwest

Earth 7

9

Tucson

AZ

Southwest Conservation Corps

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Mentoring youth, support Club programming, recruit volunteers, homeless outreach Chainsaw work, emergency tarping, emergency home repair, debris removal and other housing stabilization services; various other tasks as assigned Home construction Support two area ReStores; construction; volunteer leveraging Invasive species removal; trail maintenance; debris removal Work in Green Store; support client outreach; perform preliminary energy audits Leading youth in environmental restoration, invasive species removal, work in community gardens, and other conservation projects

Southwest

Perform fuel reduction and mitigation, including creating fuel breaks and cutting, hauling, and removing fuel. Repair and improve on-campus bike/walk trail; assist with school/community garden; renovate outdoor classrooms. Conduct interviews, research and assess community resources and needs, prepare reports and operating procedures After school programming; tutoring; park clean up; creating a community garden;supporting a library


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Southwest

Fire 1

10

Ruidoso

NM

EcoServants

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Fire 2

9

Colorado Springs

CO

El Paso County Sheriff's Office, Emergency 16-May-2011 Services Division

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Fire 3

9

Tuscaloosa

AL

United Saints 1st Street Recovery Project

16-May-2011

NULL

Southwest

Fire 4

12

Denver

CO

Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Inc.

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Fire 5

11

Tuscaloosa

AL

United Saints 1st Street Recovery Project

16-May-2011

NULL

Southwest

Fire 6

9

Houston

TX

Neighborhood Centers, Inc.

16-May-2011

05-Jun-2011

Southwest

Fire 7

10

Jamestown

CO

Balarat Outdoor Education Center

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Sun 1

10

Houston

TX

Generation One

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Sun 2

10

Eudora

AR

J. Austin White Cultural Center, Inc.

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Sun 3

10

Crown King

AZ

Crown King Fire District

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Sun 4

12

Denver

CO

Marycrest Assisted Living

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Sun 5

10

Madison

AL

CitiIMPACT Ministries

16-May-2011

NULL

Trail building and maintenance; park facilities restoration; invasive species removal; cave mapping; work at a summer camp Wildland fire mitigation; forest thinning; serve as fire suppression hand crew Food and water distribution; help establish a volunteer base; debris removal; tarping Lead participants in Summer of Service program; Support Club programming; mentor club members; assist with curriculum development and implementation through community special events Food and water distribution; help establish a volunteer base; debris removal; tarping Installation of replacement tarps on damaged rooves from Hurricane Ike Environmental education; fire mitigation Painting and repairing homes; clearing lots; supervising volunteer teams; supervising children in recreational settings; tutoring Serving as camp counselors for arts camp Fuels reduction; participation in public information program; public clean up days Volunteer service program creation and development; care and social service to facility residents; administrative support Feeding those affected by storms; food distribution; some debris clearing


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Southwest

Sun 6

11

Saint Louis

MO

Missouri State Emergency Human Services 01-May-2011

01-Jun-2011

Southwest

Sun 7

10

Denver

CO

Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Inc.

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Water 1

9

Little Rock

AR

Ferncliff Presbyterian Camp

16-May-2011

03-Jun-2011

Southwest

Water 2

9

Colorado Springs

CO

Rocky Mountain Field Institute

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Water 3

9

Winter Park

CO

National Sports Center for the Disabled

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Water 4

10

Saint Louis

MO

Missouri State Emergency Human Services 01-May-2011

01-Jun-2011

Southwest

Water 5

9

Littleton

CO

CSU Extension - Denver and Arapahoe Counties

16-May-2011

27-May-2011

Southwest

Water 6

11

Woodland Park

CO

USDA Forest Service, Pike/San Isabel Forest

16-May-2011

21-Jul-2011

Southwest

Water 7

11

Saint Louis

MO

Missouri State Emergency Human Services 01-May-2011

01-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Buffalo 1

10

McLean

VA

National Park Service - George Washington 30-Apr-2011 Memorial Parkway

25-Jun-2011

Chainsaw work, emergency tarping, emergency home repair, debris removal and other housing stabilization services; various other tasks as assigned Lead participants in Summer of Service program; Support Club programming; mentor club members; assist with curriculum development and implementation through community special events Debris removal; rebuilding work; trail repair Forest restoration; trail work; watershed improvements Work with individuals with disabilities in outdoor activities including therapeutic riding, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, canoeing, fishing, and rock climbing Chainsaw work, emergency tarping, emergency home repair, debris removal and other housing stabilization services; various other tasks as assigned Work in community garden; support of a local food bank; trail building and maintenance Fuels reduction; noxious weed control; travel management; trail maintenance Chainsaw work, emergency tarping, emergency home repair, debris removal and other housing stabilization services; various other tasks as assigned Working in two National Park Service Sites, the AmeriCorps NCCC team will perform a variety of tasks to include: trail work and invasive species removal.


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Atlantic

Buffalo 2

10

Tuscaloosa

AL

Temporary Emergency Service, Inc

13-May-2011

10-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Buffalo 3

9

Griffin

GA

Spalding County Fire/ emergency Management Agency

16-May-2011

10-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Buffalo 4

10

Tuscaloosa

AL

Temporary Emergency Service, Inc

13-May-2011

10-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Buffalo 5

10

Montague

NJ

Trail Blazers

16-May-2011

24-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Buffalo 6

10

Theodore

AL

Bay Area Food Bank

14-May-2011

01-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Buffalo 7

9

Marion

MA

The Marion Institute

03-May-2011

25-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Disaster Composite 1

10

Tuscaloosa

AL

Alabama Governer's Office of Faith Based & Community Initiatives (GFBCI) & MACH/

05-May-2011

03-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Moose 1

11

Upper Marlboro

MD

Capital Area Food Bank

30-Apr-2011

27-May-2011

The team will provide assistance to citizens affected by the April, 2011 tornadoes affecting large areas of Alabama, particularly around the Tuscaloosa area. The team will support the efforts of the sponsor organization, Temporary Emergency Services. The team will provide assistance to citizens affected by the April, 2011 tornadoes affecting a large area in Spalding County, Georgia, through the sponsor organization, Spalding Emergency Services Agency and the Georgia Commission. The team will provide assistance to citizens affected by the April, 2011 tornadoes affecting large areas of Alabama, particularly around the Tuscaloosa area. The team will support the efforts of the sponsor organization, Temporary Emergency Services. Assisting with the set up of Trailblazers camp before it opens to 300 inner city youth. The team will assist with the collection and reclamation of items donated for the relief of the Tornado victims. 3 partners: Marion Institureconference prep; Gifts to Givedonation for at-risk youth; Scared Heart Retreat House. Tornado response and relief for Tuscaloosa Alabama. Help to set up and run Volunteer Reception Center and Warehouse Split Project: This portion farm work for food distribution; Childrens food prepation; Registration assistance for food programs


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Atlantic

Moose 2

10

Newcomb

NY

New York State Department of Environment 30-Apr-2011 Conservation

30-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Moose 3

10

Tuscaloosa

AL

Temporary Emergency Service, Inc

13-May-2011

10-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Moose 4

10

Wayne

PA

Hope for Kids

30-Apr-2011

14-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Moose 5

11

Wilmot

NH

Camp wilmot

30-Apr-2011

03-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Moose 6

10

Tuscaloosa

AL

Alabama Governer's Office of Faith Based & Community Initiatives (GFBCI) & MACH/

05-May-2011

03-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Moose 7

10

Yonkers

NY

Groundwork Hudson Valley

02-May-2011

25-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Phoenix 2

11

Suffolk

VA

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, VA

30-Apr-2011

25-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Raven 1

10

Vineyard Haven

MA

Stone Soup Leadership Institute

30-Apr-2011

25-Jun-2011

Members are doing trailwork, assisting with the preservation of historic cabins and other buildings. The team will provide assistance to citizens affected by the April, 2011 tornadoes affecting large areas of Alabama, particularly around the Tuscaloosa area. The team will support the efforts of the sponsor organization, Temporary Emergency Services. Staining wood siding, repainting cabin interior, and replacing screens, doors and shutters to improve cabins. Plit Project Round- this portion prepping camp for opening: Paint cabins, build bridge, trail work, community garden, athletic area Tornado response and relief for Tuscaloosa Alabama. Help to set up and run Volunteer Reception Center and Warehouse Repairing trails, planting trees, invasive species removal, and clearing storm-damaged urban pathways/trails for a senior residential center. Support prescribed burns on federal, state, and NGO lands; support wildfire suppression efforts; conduct conservation activities with local, state, and federal land management agencies. 3 Partners: Stone Soup Leadership Summit for youht helping with Summit; Farm INstitute- work on edcation farm; Vineyard Voyagers/ Nathan Mayhew Seminars- facility renovation and preparation


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 Atlantic

Raven 2

10

Newark

DE

Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay

30-Apr-2011

03-Jun-2011

Restoring buildings, cleaning storm debris, painting, and preparing for the spring/summer camping season at three different camp areas.

Atlantic

Raven 3

11

Camden

NJ

Camden City Garden Club, Camden Children's Garden

30-Apr-2011

25-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Raven 4

10

Somerville

MA

Groundwork Somerville

26-May-2011

25-Jun-2011

Members are working with the children's garden and working to create community gardens throughout Camden, NJ. The Mystic River Aquatic Invasives Removal Project entails the mechanical and hand harvesting of invasive water chestnut plants from selected areas of the Lower Mystic.

Atlantic

Raven 5

10

Camden

NJ

Respond INC

30-Apr-2011

04-Nov-2011

Atlantic

Raven 6

10

Tuscaloosa

AL

Temporary Emergency Service, Inc

13-May-2011

10-Jun-2011

Atlantic

Raven 7

10

Buffalo

NY

City of Buffalo, Office of the Mayor, Division 30-Apr-2011 of Citizen Services

25-Jun-2011

North Central

Cedar 1

10

Waterloo

IA

Aspire Therapeutic Riding Program

19-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Cedar 2

9

Rapid City

SD

Black Hills Workshop

05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

Clearing empty lots and creating community gardens. The team will provide assistance to citizens affected by the April, 2011 tornadoes affecting large areas of Alabama, particularly around the Tuscaloosa area. The team will support the efforts of the sponsor organization, Temporary Emergency Services. Cleaning up and Beautifing vacant properties in neighborhoods around twenty one schools and community centers in Buffalo, New York will leveraging the city’s strategy to make neighborhoods around schools safer and more attractive. Members will work with therapeutic riding program through horse leading – grooming, saddling and walking; general barn repairs including fencing, cleaning stalls, and landscaping NCCC members will develop and facilitate classes for people with disabilities


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 North Central

Cedar 3

10

Okolona

MS

Catholic Charities Archdioese of Jackson MS

16-May-2011

03-Jun-2011

North Central

Cedar 4

9

Hot Springs

SD

The Nature Conservancy - Western Dakotas Program

05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Cedar 5

10

Flandreau

SD

Turtle Island Learning Circle, Inc.

05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Cedar 6

9

Cedar Rapids

IA

Community Corrections Improvement Association

19-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Maple 2

9

Muncie

IN

Muncie/Delaware Stormwater Management 05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Maple 3

10

Pawnee City

NE

Pawnee City Historical Society & Museum

19-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Maple 4

9

Vinton

IA

Vinton Parks and Recreation Department

05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Maple 5

9

Lansing

MI

The Nature Conservancy of Michigan Chapter (TNC)

19-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Maple 6

9

Iowa City

IA

Local Foods Connections

05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

Assisting disaster affected families in Hinds County with debris removal and repair of homes. Improve grazing management practices to preserve native habitats and wildlife; trail restoration and improved handicap accessibility Beautify city parks damaged by flooding; clear debris building structure repairs and install equipment; and landscaping 15-acre park Assist in bringing houses in the Weed and Seed Neighborhoods of Cedar Rapids up to code, most of which will be painting the exterior of houses since it is a code violation to have chipping or peeling paint. Removing of invasisve species; trail building and infrastracture improvements and leading educational workshops Conduct maintenance and improvement projects, including exterior painting, interior painting, deep cleaning, cleaning books, caulking buildings, and creating a new museum brochure. Sustain nature trails and recreation facilities by completing necessary annual maintenance Invasive species removal and restoration to improve water quality of River Rasin watershed Connect community to local food system and increase awareness of locally grown food availability to underserved communities


AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps Weekly Deployment Report May 25, 2011 North Central

Maple 7

9

Rochester

MN

South Troy Restoration

19-May-2011

02-Jun-2011

North Central

Oak 1

9

Kalamazoo

MI

Western Michigan University

19-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Oak 2

10

Necedah

WI

US Fish and Wildlife Service - Necedah NWR

19-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Oak 3

9

Iowa City

IA

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Oak 4

9

Murphysboro

IL

USDA Forest Service - Shawnee National Forest

19-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Oak 5

8

Toledo

OH

Toledo Botanical Gardens

05-May-2011

30-Jun-2011

North Central

Oak 6

10

Okolona

MS

Catholic Charities Archdioese of Jackson MS

16-May-2011

03-Jun-2011

North Central

Oak 7

9

Almond

WI

COA Youth & Family Center

05-May-2011

28-Jun-2011

Clean, paint, repair and landscape communities of Zumbro Falls, South Troy and Hammond that were affected by flood in fall of 2010 in Southeast Minnesota Develop environmental educational programs and retore natural areas through GPS mapping of invasive species Support in the restoration, preservation, and management of waterfowl and native biological diversity within south central Wisconsin as crew members of Fire Program prescribed burn team. Team will assist with trail revitalization of trail system; organic farming practices and general construction skills Preserve natural integrity of Bald Knob Wilderness through trail restoration to benefit hiking, riding, and horseback enthusiast Install and maintain thousands of annuals, biennials, perennials, and tropical plants; assist in the Crosby Festival of the Arts; assist with urban gardening activities for summer camp programing. Assisting disaster affected families in Hinds County with debris removal and repair of homes. Team members will assist with roofing, repairing steps, clearing land, splitting firewood, and general camp maintenance.

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