Join Good Turn for Nature, in its 5th Anniversary, for activities at participating parks, nature centers or natural areas to get outside and learn about the importance of caring for nature. Conservation activities may include: Trail maintenance, tree planting, invasive species removal, bird identification, trash cleanup and more! Good Turn for Nature engages Scouts directly in acts of conservation.
Camp overnight at participating state parks (optional)
This campout opportunity is for Scouts BSA Units of 10+ people who complete a Good Turn for Nature service project with a minimum of 4 work hours. The unit will receive a ‘pay one night, get one night free’ camping trip at the host site where the service project is conducted.
Note: Camping options may be provided for Cub Scout units who would like to do bigger projects, but the criteria of 10+ people and a minimum of 4 work hours remains the same. Younger aged groups will be required to contact the host site to work out project details.
Procedure of linking units to host organizations
Once we have the completed committment form, we can match your unit with a host organization. Units will be matched in the order that they are received. The information you provide will help us to match your unit with a host organization within your unit's ideal location, date and activity. When we match your unit with a host organization, you will be put in contact with them to figure out the details.
Participating host organizations
Hosts that have a specific date listed are looking for help on that day. Hosts without, means you can choose your preferred date.
Thank you for your unit's committment!