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Published on Aug 1, 2012
California Conservation Corps members Antwon McCoy and Leonard Patton aren't just hard workers. They are also very good dancers who have taught their big nature nerd/mountain man boss (John Griffith) more than a few dance moves (song is Ay Ladies by Travis Porter). When they aren't busting moves, all three do a lot of trail building, salmon habitat restoration, and tree planting in the CCC. John Griffith is also the author of a fast-paced, multicultural eco-fantasy novel for readers ten and up titled "Totem Magic: Going MAD." It is available on Amazon.com. John donates 100% of the proceeds of his book to wildlife care centers, and groups that promote ethnic/racial diversity within the conservation movement. Check out Totem Magic: Going MAD at http://www.amazon.com/Totem-Magic-Goi... Support youth who make a difference in our communities and the environment. Check out the CCC at ccc.ca.gov Find a corps program near you at: corpsnetwork.org Check out Totem Magic: Going MAD on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TotemMagicGo... And follow me on twitter @TotemMagic Also.. John Griffith is creator of the Bioblitz Dance. The Bioblitz Dance is a celebration of the outdoors, check it out on my channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TotemMag...