Great Lakes Climate Corps
GLCC seasonal position applications will be posted in late-January or early February 2022.
Since 2000, GLCC crews have worked across jurisdictional boundaries in all fifteen counties of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to implement high priority, hands-on conservation, recreation, and restoration projects within three Great Lakes watersheds (Lakes Superior, Michigan, and Huron). GLCC crews are trained and supervised by experienced Crew Leaders and are equipped with a truck, tools, safety equipment, and camping gear for overnight stays at remote sites. All crews wear uniforms and receive first aid training along with other project-specific training prior to the field season. GLCC crews gain experience in a wide range of conservation and community projects including planting trees, building trail, recording data, restoring wetlands, protecting coastal habitat, and much more.
GLCC is available to partner with you on your 2022 project!
Contact Tyler Penrod to discuss partnering to accomplish your project:
(906) 228-6095 ext. 15
GLCC takes pride in partnering with tribal, federal, state, and local stakeholders from throughout the Upper Peninsula and northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan as well as northern Wisconsin, northern Minnesota, and Ontario. GLCC crews serve all three U.P. Great Lakes watersheds including Superior, Michigan, and Huron.
The SWP has expanded the Great Lakes Climate Corps (GLCC) with the goal of completing more community based environmental projects throughout the Upper Peninsula. GLCC crews possess the ability to complete projects ranging from technical trail construction to habitat restoration. With passionate leaders and committed crew members the GLCC has the ability to complete nearly any project.
Please contact the Tyler Penrod to determine rates and availability.