California Conservation Corps Helps with Oil Spill Cleanup

Story provided by the California Conservation Corps

Members of the California Conservation Corps continue their work this work cleaning up the beaches in Santa Barbara County, site of last week's pipeline spill.

The CCC crew is working under the direction of the state Office of Oil Spill Prevention and Response and has been trained in hazardous material and oil spill cleanup procedures. The corpsmembers are working 12-hour days.

The CCC's work is expected to continue for several weeks.

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Members of the California Conservation Corps continue their work this work cleaning up the beaches in Santa Barbara County, site of last week's pipeline spill.