Girl Scouts everywhere are being called to help by planting, protecting, and honoring trees in their backyards, communities, states, across the country, and even across the world.
Girl Scouts is joining forces with the Elliot Wildlife Values Project and American Forests to launch a bold tree-planting initiative. We're setting out to plant, protect, or honor 5 million trees by 2025.
Did you know that you can complete the Girl Scout Tree Promise patch as a stand-alone piece, or you can connect it to other badges, patches, Journeys, and Awards!
Building partnerships is a great way to…
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“Look what we found!" - Ilse, Brownie Girl Scout, happily pulling a ring-neck snake out of her coat pocket.
“One thing that that makes this camp so beautiful is the nature that surrounds it, which is why I wanted to plant trees for my Gold Award, to replace trees that were cut down in 2018 due to poor tree health, and safety concerns for campers.” - Lauren, Gold Award Girl Scout
"One of my Brownies said to me, 'I’ve always wondered what is under here!' (referring to dirt, while digging a hole for a
Have questions about our Tree Promise initiative? Reach out to our Member Services team at 800-692-7816 or MemberServices@gshpa.org.