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Hoopa Valley Tribe, California

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Six members of the Hoopa Tribal Civilian Community Corps are staying at the Weed (Calif.) Bunkhouse for the next four months while they do construction work for Siskiyou Habitat for Humanity. The AmeriCorps-affiliated program allows tribal members age 18 to 25 to earn income and college tuition benefits while they work for a year on community projects. Their first project is to repair the nearly century-old bunkhouse itself. Siskiyou Habitat for Humanity leased the bunkhouse built in 1909 for $1 a year. It plans to use the bunkhouse as a residence for volunteers who travel the world building and restoring Habitat homes.

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