Tuesday June 4, 2019 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Civilian Conservation Corps was born of a converging environmental and economic crisis in the 1930’s. It left a lasting legacy. Witness the conditions that led to the CCC’s formation. Learn about the “boys” who enrolled in the program, their everyday life in the camps, and their work projects at Massachusetts State Forests and Parks. This story is told through historic images, old documents, quotations, and oral histories. Presented by DCR Regional Educator, Gini Traub.
Part of the Wistariahurst Historical Lecture Series
People, Places, Food, & Sport
Suggested Donation of $5