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Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

Marisela Alcala, 19, works at tearing down the larger branches. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

Sarahi Mendez, 15, clears a large branch for future chainsawing. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

James Carroll, 17, carries a wheelbarrow of branches to a recycling site. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

Marisela Alcala clears tree debris. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

James Carroll, 17, transports dead branches to a recycling site. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

Sarahi Mendez, 15, helps clear tree debris. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

Sonoma County Supervisor Susan Gorin engaged the crew in conversation about the program. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

James Carroll,17, carts debris to the recycling site. On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)

Youth Corps at Jack LondonPark

On Thursday, July 24, at Jack London State Historic Park, members of the Youth Ecology Corp (a county-sponsored program) were busy clearing debris from a diseased tree that was taken down in a picnic area after a large branch fell near some park visitors. Work was delayed several weeks until a nesting bird finished raising its young. On this particular day, elected officials and community leaders were invited to observe and speak with the crew of young people. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly)