Concerned Resource and Environmental Workers

Developing Young Leaders. Caring for the Environment.

The C.R.E.W. in the Media


Ojai Valley Fuel Reduction & Chipping Program, May 31, 2020

Thomas Fire Trail Fund at Murietta Trail, May 8, 2020

C.R.E.W. Field Supervisor Camille Holly featured in the Ojai Valley News – “It’s My Job: Camille Holly, teacher, field supervisor” Ojai Valley Fire Safety Program in the VC Reporter, April 30, 2020 Fire Prevention & Employment through The C.R.E.W., May 4, 2020

The Thomas Fire Trail Fund Collaborative, Murietta Trail April 2020, page 4.


The C.R.E.W. and Volunteers plant the first new Oak Tree at Libbey Park

Wally McCall interview in the Ojai Valley News


Photos from our Libbey Park Project by Timothy Teague Photography – Photos Here

Ojai Valley News Article on our Libbey Park Restoration Project – “C.R.E.W. Working To Restore Libbey Habitat”

Ventura County Star Article on our Libbey Park Restoration Project – “Ojai environmental group C.R.E.W. helps members with college”

Ventura County Star Article on Ventura River Non Native Removal & Restoration Project- “C.R.E.W. Clears Way for River Restoration”

One Crew Member’s perspective on working with the CREW-  “Juggling Chainsaws Not Allowed”, Sierra Club Article 10-9-12

Ojai Valley News on Libbey Park Resoration Project- “Ojai Creek Sees Daylight for the First TimeLibbey OVN 12-11-12

Ojai Valley News on CREW Volunteers- “Ojai Creek Project Gets Helping Hand From Volunteers”


The C.R.E.W. employs local young people in fire safety, fuel reduction, habitat restoration, and care of our local backcountry trails. Founded in 1991, The C.R.E.W provides job training, paid employment and leadership opportunities to local young adults aged 18 to 24, while working to maintain trails, restore habitats, protect local communities against the threat of wildfire, and assist with wildfire recovery.