The Earth Conservation Corps mission is to empower our endangered youth to reclaim the Anacostia River, their communities, and their lives.

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For the seventh year in a row, ECC reunited with our partners: Students Today Leaders Forever (STLF), Friends of Lower Beaver Dam Creek, Mayor Callahan and the town of Cheverly, Georgetown Conservation Corps (GCC) and Mayor James and the town of Bladensburg for two major service initiatives in March.  On March 15th and 22nd, over 500 STLF college students participating in an alternative spring break trip converged on Quincy Run, Cabin Branch and Lower Beaver Dam Creek.  Special thanks to all of our partners for making a difference in the Anacostia!



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Earth Conservation Corps and our partners at Wings Over America are honored to be able to give back to our wounded veterans. Throughout the summer and fall we hosted our recovering warriors from Fort Belvoir Community Hospital and Bethesda Naval Hospital for an experience on the Anacostia River. We look forward to continuing this program in the 2013 season

                      This program is partially funded by the Capitol Hill Community Foundation.

The Earth Conservation Corps Pump House at Diamond Teague Park

1520 1st ST SE Washington, DC 20024

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Matthew Henson Center

2000 Half ST. SW Washington DC 20024


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