Do you need help meeting requirements for nature badges?
During a scout program at White Memorial, you can complete the minimum requirements for the following awards:
- Bear Scouts – Sharing Your World with Wildlife
- Cub Scout Academic Awards – Wildlife Conservation Belt Loop or Pin, Geology Belt Loop, Hiking Belt Loop and/or Pin
- Webelos Activity Badges – Geologist, Naturalist, Forester
- Conservation Good Turn Award – we can work together to develop a project for your group
- Brownies – Hiker, Bugs, Senses
- Juniors – Animal Habitats
- Cadettes – Night Owl, Trees
We can also conduct a program that fulfills any one aspect of a nature-related scout requirement.
Just ask how we can design a program to meet your needs.
- Learn 7 trail signs (Hiking Pin)
- Participate in a nature hike (Outdoor Activity Award)
- Keep a checklist of birds on a field trip (Bird Study Merit Badge)
- Take a hike and make a leaf rubbing (Tiger Scouts – Let's Go Outdoors)
- Identify 5 different kinds of fish (Wolf Scouts – Fishing Elective and World Conservation Award)
Camping is a requirement of many scout badges. Year-round camping for scout groups is available on White Memorial's 4,000-acre wildlife sanctuary.
Programs last up to 1-1/2 hours and cost $115 (25 people maximum) and take place either in White Memorial's classroom or out on one of our trails.
Contact us to schedule a scout program:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-567-0857 x16