Scouting programs are ongoing throughout the year and give scouts an opportunity to complete nature-related badges, achievements or journeys.  All or most requirements are met during these sessions.  These programs can be attended by individual scouts or troops.

Girl Scout Juniors | Geocacher

Juniors will meet a geocacher who will get them started on learning all about how to use a GPS receiver to go on or set up a geocache hunt. They will each make a trade item, go on a geocaching adventure and discover travel bugs. It is not mandatory but if available, bring a smart phone or GPS unit to help facilitate learning.

Girl Scout Juniors |  Saturday, October 13th | 9 am - 12 pm | Geocacher | REGISTER HERE

Girl Scout Juniors |  Saturday, October 13th | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Geocacher | REGISTER HERE

Webelos | Into the Wild

Webelos are invited to complete this nature-related adventure! They will observe four or more wild animals along the trails and describe their locations and behaviors. Webelos will explore migration and bird flyways. They will learn about the Kirtland's Warbler - a bird with very specific nesting requirements, study food chains and the importance of aquatic ecosystems. 

Webelos |  Saturday, October 20th | 9:30 am - 12 pm | Into the Wild | REGISTER HERE

Bear Cub Scouts | Fur, Feathers and Ferns

Bears will go hiking one mile in search for six signs of animals and plants, observe wildlife and use a magnifying glass to examine plants. They will discover facts about endangered and extinct animals and learn about composting.

Bear | Saturday, November 3rd | 9:30 am - 12 pm | Fur, Feathers... | REGISTER HERE 

Brownie | Senses

Brownies will explore the world of nature using all five senses. They will use magnifiers to discover tiny natural objects, listen for sounds along the nature trails, taste sweet maple syrup on a salty pretzel and participate in other sensory activities.


Brownie | Saturday, December 1st | 10 am - 12 pm | Senses | REGISTER HERE