The Resource Stewardship Girl Scout Ranger Program invites Girl Scouts to participate in projects at national parks sites to spark their awareness of the National Parks and Girl Scouting; to provide them with the opportunity to learn more about protecting our natural and cultural resources; and to promote their exploration of natural and cultural resources, environmental science and conservation careers. Girl Scouts can earn certificates and/or patches for participating in the program.
(Please note, Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site does not currently have a Junior Ranger Program)
"A Garden of Hope, Peace and Justice"
For more information on this program contact, Education Specialist, Susanne Norris at 845-229-9115 Ext 2029.
Explore your National Parks
Electronic Field Trip - Gives students the opportunity to learn about a particular topic through National Parks they may never get a chance to visit.
Did You Know?
Eleanor Roosevelt's Val-Kill was once the Roosevelt family retreat. The main building at Val-Kill was originally a furniture factory. Val-Kill is Dutch, for valley stream.