The grounds of Liberty Hall contain many unusual specimens of trees. We’ll learn how to identify different types of trees and learn the important roles trees play in daily life from Early American times to present day. We’ll study the growth rings of a massive tree felled by Hurricane Sandy and learn what those rings can tell us about the life of a tree. In addition, scouts will learn how to identify four common plants from Liberty Hall’s herb garden. Scouts will make a booklet of bark rubbings to take home that will aid in identification of their own neighborhood trees. Meets the requirements of the Cadette Tree Badge.
Program Availability: April-October only. Sundays: 2pm-4pm, Saturdays: 10am-4pm, Weekdays: 3pm-5pm
Program Length: 90 minutes
Program Fee: $10.00 per scout; leaders in uniform are free; $6.00 per additional adult
These programs must be scheduled a minimum of two weeks in advance and require a minimum of 10 participants. When a troop has fewer than 10 members, leaders may join with another troop or invite non-scout peers to participate in programs. A 50% deposit of program cost is required at the time of booking. Balance is due the day of the program.
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Please contact Hannah Gaston, Education Coordinator, at email@example.com or call 908-527-0400.