Preserving CCC heritage is a great task. Investigate these other sites that promote the work of the "Boys" of the CCC.
About North Georgia - CCC The beauty and history of the mountains of North Georgia are highlighted on this site and every place there were mountains...there was the CCC.
CCC Legacy Foundation - Organization website for the Camp Roosevelt CCC Legacy Foundation.
James F. Justin Civilian Conservation Corps An Online Museum of Histories, Items, Stories, Links and Photographs Regarding the CCC. Get your thinking cap on when you visit this site. It is choked full of information.
NACCCA - National Association of CCC Alumni NACCCA is the center for the preservation of CCC heritage. Originally formed in 1979 as an alumni association the facility is a a museum and archives. Their website displays lists of CCC camps that can be reviewed by State, camp number, agency number, and camp location. This website is a valuable tool for those who are researching locations and their corresponding numbers.
Pocahontas State Park The CCC built the first five State Parks in Virginia. Pocahontas State Park has the only permanent full time CCC museum in Virginia. The Boys of the CCC built nearly 800 state parks in America. Along with the WPA, these public works programs created the infrastructure for park systems as we enjoy them today.
USDA FS Lee District Office Camp Roosevelt was located in the George Washington National Forest on the Massanutten Mountain in Powell's Fort Valley area of Shenandoah County, Virginia. The Lee District office is a leader in the support of CCC history. Please visit their web page for interesting information on the cultural history of the National Forest in the Shenandoah Valley.
West Virginia State CCC Museum Association (WVSCCCMA) Information on the organization, history and heritage of the Civilian Conservation Corps in West Virginia.