Good Turn for Nature, September 19 - November 4, 2018 at a participating parks, nature centers, or natural areas.
The Good Turn for Nature is a council service project aims to engage Scouts directly in acts of conservation. Scouts will participate in activities at multiple sites across central Indiana learning about the importance of caring of nature.
Identified conservation projects include:
- Trash pick-up.
- Weed cutting.
- Tree / plant identification.
- Bird identification.
- Trail maintenance.. and much more!
Project: Fall Readiness of Richmond Rose Garden for Winter
Scouts will weed, cut back roses for winter, and potentially mulch the garden.
Number of Scouts: 10-20
Grade Range: 6th-12th
Notes from host organization: None
More details will be provided by host organizations after registration.