Longs Peak Council
Boy Scouts of America
Project SOAR - Save Our American Resources
Conservation and Community Projects
Over 600 SOAR projects have been done in the Longs Peak Council.
See Pictures Below
Ideas For Conservation or Community Projects
Here are some suggestions from Scoutmasters of the Great Plains District.
- Build a bluebird trail on the Platte River and the Wildcat Hills.
- Build wood duck houses and place them along rivers, streams or lakes.
- Field day at National Monument or Park.
- Solar cooker demonstration.
- Complete projects as suggested by park superintendent.
- Make conservation posters for display at schools.
- Obtain and have available National Wildlife Kits that would be used in a science class.
- Have a half-day plant a tree day, (Arbor day - 4th Friday in April), in your community.
- Have a power company employee explain energy conservation methods and carry out a project.
- Collect papers or pop cans for recycling purposes.
- Clean up a park.
- Cut and sell firewood.
- Build birdfeeders or have birdseed in bird feeders.
- Preserve or develop wildlife nesting area.
- Plant shrubs.
- Repair washed out gulleys at Scout Camps, etc.
- Repair fences or improve trails.
- Clean up around State or County lakes or highways.
- Learn about solar energy, synthetic fuels, or alcohol fuels.
- Put insulation behind outlets and light switches.
- Plant living snow fences.
- Complete conservation projects at Camps in order to prevent erosion-tree planting and improve wildlife habitat.
- Build quail or animal shelters.
- Put in dams across trails to keep from washing.
- Pick up cans and papers (trash) from parks
- Help Game & Parks Commission in stocking fish.
- Plant trees at lakes and parks for state or cities.
- Scrap iron drive.
- Your own idea?
Last Updated Thursday, 30-Jul-2009 14:09:49 CDT