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The California Conservation Corps has 29 crews dispatched to seven different wildfires throughout the state, a total of 392 corpsmembers assisting with both initial attack on the firelines and logistical support at the fire camps.
The fires include the King Fire in Pollock Pines, the Boles Fire in Weed and the Silverado Fire in the Cleveland National Forest.
The crews, from 16 different CCC locations, are working with the state's fire agency, Cal Fire, as well as the U.S. Forest Service. 

Since July 1, corpsmembers have provided more than 180,000 hours of wildfire assistance.

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 A Redding fire crew at the Bald Fire in Shasta County.  Photo by Crewleader 2 Matt Kalnin.











To commemorate the 35 years, corpsmembers from throughout the state submitted more than 1,000 video clips chronicling a "Day in the Life" of corpsmembers, all shot within a two-week period in October 2011.