Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy
"Passing the Legacy to Future Generations"  

Welcome to CCC Legacy

New Website Under Construction 

For those of us who have made the decision to interface with the Internet, we are continually challenged by the evolving technology that affects our efforts to bring meaningful information to our web readers.  CCC Legacy is currently confronted with such a challenge which requires us to expand our website. 

CCC Legacy has been thrust into this technological fray.   Although the appearance will look very different, the core of the content will remain the same and will expand as appropriate. This website has served CCC Legacy well.   It has conveyed the mission of our organization and has introduced many web explorers to the heritage of the CCC in our nation.     

Civilian Conservation Corps
Preserving America's Natural Resources

America was in the grip of the Great Depression when Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated in March of 1933.  More than twenty-five percent of the population was unemployed, hungry and without hope.  The New Deal programs instituted bold changes in the federal government that energized the economy and created an equilibrium that helped to bolster the needs of citizens.  
 Out of the economic chaos emerged the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).  The goal was two-fold:  conservation of our natural resources and the salvage of our young men.  The CCC is recognized as the single greatest conservation program in America and it served as a catalyst to develop the very tenets of modern conservation.  The work of America's young men dramatically changed the future and today we still enjoy a legacy of natural resource treasures that dot the American landscape  Camp Roosevelt - 1940

CCC Legacy Current Notes of Interest

Put it on your Calendar

Portland Oregon
September 27 - 29, 2018

Join other CCC advocates and be introduced to CCC history in the mountains of the west.  

Learn about the building of the Timberland Lodge on Mt. Hood and enjoy this beautiful structure built by the CCC and the WPA.  


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Note for our readers:  Because of frequent recent discussions regarding the name of the CCC Worker Statue the decision has been made to make a public request reminding readers of the true name of this piece of art.  The current statue that everyone is so familiar with is named the CCC Worker Statue.  Out of respect for those who started the program in 1995, please refrain from calling it "Iron Mike".  The CCC Worker Statue and the Spirit of the CCC Statue in California which is nicknamed Iron Mike are two different statues.  To learn more about the history of the statue program coordinated by NACCCA/CCC Legacy please go to Statue History

Did you know?

The Boys of the CCC planted nearly 3 billion trees. 

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