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AmeriCorps NCCC Team Arrives to ‘Get Things Done’ at Presidio
Kathleen Griffin
A team of 10 individuals, known as Gold 6, from the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC will spend just over eight weeks (April 1-May 26) working with the Presidio Trust to complete several eagerly anticipated projects.The team’s first major project is the construction of six new garden plots in the community garden, which will be open to the public. Already the team has completed several big and small projects, including the removal of several hundred feet of old fencing on the grounds of the Presidio Institute in the Fort Scott area of the park.

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