Working in God’s Backyard for Eagle Project

Alexi Eagle Project in Oak Glen

Had a great time this weekend working on Alexi Eagle Project at the Wildland Conservancy in Oak Glen. We got rid of some invasive species (Blackberry Bushes) from a campground.

“ALEXI KRYIER’S EAGLE PROJECT, working in “God’s Country” getting rid of some evasive species, It was the blackberries plant that had to be removed.”

From Another Troop 11 Eagle Project, posted by Carlos Samaniego on 4/08/2013 (33 items)

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  1. Ken Zabel says:

    Invasive Species Removal Projects can also qualify the scout to receive a Hornaday Badge from the BSA National Office – as well as a Hornaday Unit Award if 60% of the troop participated in the project. Write to me for more details.

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