Girl Scouts Love State Parks Service Project (Grades K-12) July 13, 2019
It’s the first-ever Girl Scouts Love Start Parks weekend! The event will be celebrated across the country the weekend of July 13-14. Girl Scouts will experience the great outdoors and everyone who participates are eligible to purchase a national patch.
Badgerland is celebrating with a service project at Capital Springs Centennial State Park in Madison. The park is located within the Capital Springs Recreation Area. The project will focus on removing invasive species and planting native trees and shrubs near the Lake Waubesa shoreline.
FREE! BUT SIGN UP IS REQUIRED (and to learn more about this opportunity).
- Clare Carlson, Naturalist, Friends of Capital Springs Recreation Area
- Carlson.Clare@countyofdane.com | 608-513-3252
- Girl Scout safety ratios must be maintained; adults required to stay for the length of the program. Any individual girls wanting to participate will need to have an adult present for the duration of this two hour project.
- Deadline to register is July 1st
- No tagalongs.
- Participants wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and closed toe athletic shoes.
- Please bring insect repellent.
- All equipment, including work gloves, are provided by the Friends of Capital Springs Recreation Area and Dane County Parks.
- Please bring a water bottle and a snack.
- Space is limited so sign-up early!
WHERE TO GO:
Meet at the Capital Springs Centennial State Park parking area located at the end of Libby Road, Madison, 53711. As you approach the end of Libby Road, take a right into the parking area. As it is largely undeveloped, there is no fire number assigned to the state park. The park maintains trails through tall grass prairie, woodlands, and undisturbed natural shoreline on Lake