The best way to find yourself, Mahatma Gandhi said, is to lose yourself in the service of others.
Dirt is leveled for a community garden on the far east side of Amend Park along South Billings Boulevard on Friday.
AmeriCorps workers Elizabeth Schlobohm and Liz Prather talk Friday about the community garden planned for the northeast side of Amend Park.
Montana State Parks' AmeriCorps program is recruiting members for 2014 spring/summer positions.
Montana State Parks’ AmeriCorps program is recruiting new members for the 2014 season.
AmeriCorps volunteer Madeline Wenberg helps kids participating in the Junior Ranger Day at Lake Elmo spot osprey as she leads a group around the lake Saturday morning. The event, put on by Fish Wildlife and Parks, included the nature walk, information about plants and animals and an art project.
From left, Wyoming Conservation Corps members Anna Kramer, Andrew Mittelstadt, Lee Rogers and Phineas Peake rebuild a stone retaining wall on Casper Mountain. An eight-person WCC crew is spending 10 days making improvements and repairs to the Bridle Trail.
For a couple of hours Wednesday afternoon, the Whitetail Run Community Garden was humming with about 30 white-T-shirted young adults who pulled weeds, shoveled compost and cleaned out a shed.
Katerina Mendoza wore a slightly dented visor that she plucked from a pile of clothing she was sorting at St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store on Wednesday.
Montana Conservation Corps' Ben Pendleton and Erin Murray sort clothes at the St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store at 2624 Montana Ave in Billings Wednesday. MCC crew leaders volunteered their time to mark AmeriCorps Week.
Montana Conservation Corps' Erin Murray and Alisa Fersch, left to right, sort clothes at the St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store in Billings Wednesday. MCC crew leaders volunteered to mark AmeriCorps Week.
AmeriCorps Montana Conservation Corps Director of Development Theresa Bushman talks about the organizations Wednesday at St. Vincent de Paul in Billings.
Montana Conservation Corps' Katerina Mendoza and Molly Harrison (left to right) sort clothes at the St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store in Billings Wednesday. They volunteered to mark this week as AmeriCorps week.
A half-dozen preteen boys sat around the table in a small room at the Billings Salvation Army building, barely able to keep their adolescent energy bottled up amidst outbursts of chatter.
Montana State Parks’ AmeriCorps program is recruiting new members for the 2013 season.
MISSOULA — One season-ending event is another season-starting crisis, as Montana wildland firefighters and incident commanders leave the West’s forests for East Coast storm duty.
When the Self Help Law Center moved several blocks across downtown Billings earlier this month, its clients quickly followed. Twenty-three came in the first day.
As our state constitution’s preamble states, “the quiet beauty of our state, the grandeur of our mountains” remain Montana’s defining assets and economic engines. The Institute for Tourism and Recreation at the University of Montana reports $2.6 billion in economic activity from outdoor recr…
Montana State Parks is now recruiting to fill four new AmeriCorps positions with starting dates in August.
Last year, the homeless veterans at Independence Hall and AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers raised about 1,200 pounds of vegetables and flowers from their first go at a community garden. They ate some of the food and donated the rest, including to low-income senior living centers.