The Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger program invites Boy and Cub Scouts to participate in educational and/or volunteer service projects at national park sites to spark their awareness of the national parks and to provide Scouts with the opportunity to explore the national parks and learn more about protecting our natural and cultural resources.
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National Park Service and the Girl Scouts of the USA launched the "Girl Scout Ranger Program," a joint venture connecting girls with National Park Service sites throughout the United States, including monuments, seashores, and urban sites. Girls can participate in a variety of organized educational program or outdoor service projects.
Girl Scouts may design their own project that aligns with their Girl Scout Journey experience, various badge activities, or a Take Action project.
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The Ultimate Journey is the Boys & Girls Clubs of America's environmental education legacy programs that was revised in partnership with the National Park Service. It is a hands-on STEM curriculum, designed for kids and teens ages 9-13, and totally revamped for the 21st century. There are eight weeks of fun activities that can be adapted for each age group. Each activity also has variations and optional technology components. Click here to learn more about the Ultimate Journey.
Last updated: October 29, 2019