Arizona – written by Michael I Smith:
CCC Blog: http://forestarmy.blogspot.comCCC Resource Page: http://cccresources.blogspot.com
CCC Camp Chariton, IA – written for the Lucas County Iowa Genealogical Society
Posting for 2/5/16: http://lucascountyan.blogspot.com/2016/02/indelible-memorials-to-ccc-camp-chariton.html
Posting for 2/6/16: http://lucascountyan.blogspot.com/2016/02/more-on-ccc-camp-chariton.html
Glacier National Park, MT – written by Chris Fitzgerald, grandson of Robert Fitzgerald. The blog chronicles daily journal entries of the CCC experience of Robert Fitzgerald, who served at the park in 1936.
The Living New Deal: livingnewdeal.org Online database and interactive map of New Deal related sites.
Conservation Corps Information – Learn about the modern conservation corps movement from the CCC era to present. www.conservationcorps.info
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs – CCC Archives:
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs – Archives Management
Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs – DCR Plans Library
Miles Standish State Forest: www.friendsmssf.com
Upton State Forest: www.friendsofuptonstateforest.org
Bill Jamerson: www.billjamerson.com Education through entertainment. Filmaker, song writer and story teller focusing on the CCC and the New Deal.
Ron Burg: www.northcountryhistory.com Historian, education, historical interpreter – The Legacy of the CCC in Michigan.
Kathleen Duxbury: www.newdealstories.com. Kathleen began her quest for CCC information to honor the memory of her father, George Duxbury who served in New York. Her interest has expanded to the CCC in Bergen County, NJ and into the research of art and the CCC artist program. She is uncovering new and important information about a little known and misunderstood facet of the CCC program.
Forest History Center: www.foresthistorycenter.oregon.gov Located on the salem campus of the Oregon Department of Forestry.
Video: The Cumberland State Park, A Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy. https://vimeo.com/130701348
The video, producer Debra Dylan, includes the history of the role of New Deal Settlement program and the role the CCC played in park construction. This park highlights the CCC architectural achievement showcasing the longest stone masonry bridge built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Weber State University of Ogdon, UT, has published their CCC collection to the the web. To see this great online collection of Utah CCC camps please go to: http://dc.weber.edu/cdm/
Association of Retired Soil Conservation Service Employees (ARSCSE) www.arscse.org The CCC camps of the SCS played a major role in the check of rampant erosion on mountains and plaines.This website gives attention to CCC projects within the SCS.
Shenandoah County Historical Society
Pocahontas State Park: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state_parks/cccmus.shtml . The CCC built the first five state parks in Virginia. The Virginia State Park CCC Museum is at this location.
The Corps Network: www.thecorpsnetwork.org A membership organization of modern service and conservation corps from around the US.
Public Lands Service Coalition: www.plscoalition.org Promotes youth service jobs and career development on public/tribal lands and waters.