The Florida Civilian Conservation Corps Museum is a museum in Sebring, Florida. It is located inside the Highlands Hammock State Park.
As the site?s name suggests, the Florida Civilian Conservation Corps Museum is a museum designed as a memorial and tribute to the Civilian Conservation Corps or the CCC. The CCC was a Depression era public work relief program that was created to manage the unemployment crisis of the 1930s. It provided much needed jobs to the public and helped develop and conserve natural resources in rural lands. The CCC achieved many things despite its long run (1933 to 1942).
The Florida Civilian Conservation Corps was created by the State of Florida and the National Association of CCC Alumni to preserve and chronicle the achievements and roots of the program.
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