With the Elliott Wildlife Values Project and American Forests, Girl Scouts are launching a bold tree planting and conservation initiative. Girl Scouts across the country are setting out to plant five million trees in five years, and to protect and honor new and existing trees. Not only is this great for wildlife, it will also help ease the effects of climate change.
Want to learn more about how to protect and honor trees as a citizen scientist? Join scientists from around the globe in their efforts to save more trees.
Download the Girl Scout Tree Promise Program Toolkit (PDF). This toolkit includes patch activities that Girl Scout troop leaders and councils, community partners, and families can use to encourage girls’ interest in tree planting, climate change, and biodiversity.