Our Mission: Develop Youth and Conserve Natural Resources for a Strong, Sustainable Community.
Who We Are

The nation's first local nonprofit conservation corps.

Dedicated to education and training youth while solving the environmental issues that face communities since 1982.

We are diverse, entrepreneurial, visionary. Which may explain why we get so much done.

Who We Serve

Youth,
North Bay Communities,
Mother Nature,
You,
Your Children,
Grandchildren,
Great Grandchildren,
Great, Great Grandchildren...

What We Do

Transform the lives of young people through education, employability, civic engagement & leadership

Care for our environment by conserving and restoring natural resounces & by improving recreational areas.

Make communities safer by reducing flood and fire hazards & responding to emergencies and disasters.

How We Do It

Offer educational opportunities to obtain high school diplomas & education scholarships

Provide job training & career guidance

Offer reasonably priced recycling services, habitat restoration, trail maintenance, and fire-fuel reduction and flood control to land management agencies and nonprofits

Work with local schools, K-12, to develop environmental education programs

How It's Possible

Fee for Services

Federal & State Grants

Private Grants and Donations

Community Volunteers

Inkind Donations

What You Can Do To Help

Donate  |   Volunteer  |   Join the Corps  |   Hire CCNB

NEWS & EVENTS

Careers at Conservation Corps North Bay

Current List of Openings

Conservation Corps North Bay's mission is to develop youth and conserve natural resources for a strong, sustainable community. Our programs offer young people training, skills and education to do the jobs necessary to maintain the beauty and health of our environment and communities. The work we do would not be possible without the dedication of our diverse and passionate staff and volunteers. Check our current job openings:

Second chance spring plant sale

Saturday, April 19th from 10 am to 3 pm
Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden, 1800 Ignacio Blvd., Novato [MAP]

Offering a variety of certified organic perennial and annual food plants with a special collection of heirloom tomatoes, heritage fruit trees, herbs, flowers and native plants. Expert farm staff will be on hand to answer questions and offer advice on all of your gardening needs. For more information, contact us at 415-720-2051.

Now accepting interest forms for summer youth programs

Thursday, June 12-Friday, August 8
365 Blodgett Avenue, Cotati [MAP]

The Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps is an eight-week jobs, workforce training and ecosystem education program aimed at providing 14-24 year olds with paychecks, valuable work experience, environmental education, and the opportunity to contribute to their community through ongoing outdoor experiences. Complete the interest form today in English or Spanish. For more information, contact us at 707-303-3069 ext. 380.

Sonoma County Youth Ecology 2014 Outreach Flyer - English [PDF] Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps 2014 Outreach Flyer - Spanish [PDF]

Sonoma County Youth Ecology Corps

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