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Volunteer Opportunities-lend a hand on public lands

Opportunities for Scouts

Every year Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts help with a variety of projects on Campbell Tract. Scouts frequently pitch in for special work project events, including National Public Lands Day and National Trails Day. In addition, Eagle Scout candidates complete projects here on their way to earning their Eagle Scout ranking and some Girl Scout troops have completed projects to earn awards such as the Bronze Award. Past scout projects have included adopting and maintaining trailheads, stabilizing trail approaches to pedestrian bridges, installing stairs to provide easier creek access for educational programs, planting gardens, and installing benches and interpretive displays.

Qualifications:
Scout volunteers

  • Are physically capable of moderate trail work, including using tools such as shovels, rakes, hand trowels, and clippers.

  • Are willing to work outdoors in all sorts of weather. 

  • Care about the well being of public lands and enjoy working alongside others with a similar outlook. 

  • Take the responsibility, as Eagle Scout candidates, to organize others to complete stewardship projects.

Come help…

  • Complete landscaping projects.
  • Improve and maintain trails and trailheads.
  • Restore habitat for wildlife.
  • Reduce streambank
    erosion and protect Campbell Creek.
  • Install interpretive signs and signposts.

When?

  • year round