Know a Girl Scout? Help Her Go Green!
Calling all Brownie Girl Scouts who are looking to “go green.” On Saturday, February 3, join us at Denver Botanic Gardens for our Household Elf Girl Scout Exploration Day and learn how your scout can make a positive environmental impact.
This Exploration Day, designed to meet the requirements of the Household Elf badge, helps Girl Scouts explore the Gardens in a whole new way as they learn how plants conserve water and energy, and how they can help the planet by conserving water and energy, too. Participating Girl Scouts also take a stylish step in reducing waste by decorating their own reusable bag, and—bonus—get their hands dirty planting an air-purifying plant!
Learn more about this program and how you can register your Girl Scout or troop.
Let’s work together to make the world greener, one step at a time.
This article was contributed by Family and Children's Program Coordinator Helena Nitz.
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