She's a Park Explorer - Pumpkin Hill Preserve - CSA
Many different plants and animals live together in healthy ecosystems. At Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park, rangers are working to restore the health of longleaf pine forest ecosystems within the preserve. Learn techniques to transform a planted pine plantation back into a native sandhill or pine flatwood community including vegetation surveys, tree thinning, prescribed fire and seedling planting. Hands-on activities will include plant identification along a guided nature hike, wetland faunal sampling and a fire engine demonstration.
* Fun patch included at the conclusion of the program for every registered Girl Scout girl.
* This event is for 2018 registered Girl Scouts, and registered & approved adult volunteers. If an adult is responsible for a Girl Scout other than their own, the adult must be registered and background checked.
* For safety and supervision reasons, troops and individuals are not permitted to bring non-Girl Scouts or siblings.
* Girl/adult ratios must be followed unless otherwise indicated in the program description. Adults are expected to stay on the premises.
Cost: $8/girl, $6/adult
Contact: Brittany McCallister, (904) 389-3071, firstname.lastname@example.org
Regsiter by Tuesday, Jan. 8, at noon.