CAMP CONSERVATION DAY
COME FOR THE DAY, MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR LIFE!
Saturday, November 13, 2021
9am – 2pm
Camp Friedlander | 581 Ibold Rd, Loveland, OH 45140
Only through continued service can we ensure that the beautiful and natural areas of the Dan Beard Scout Reservation and Camp Michaels are preserved for future youth. Camp Conservation Days are an great way for Scouts to earn service hours while working to conserve our camp properties. These days of organized projects include tree-planting, erosion control, honeysuckle removal, trail maintenance, and other conservation projects. Groups that participate learn about lake ecosystems and help create a healthy environment for the plants and animals that share our camps. This event promotes a sense of ownership in our camps for all those who participate. Each group that participates will earn a Conservation Ribbon and Scouts can earn service hours for rank advancement, school requirements, award requirements, and more.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Please bring work gloves and a water bottle. Hydration is important in any weather!
- All groups will be split into no more than 10 people.
- Temperature checks will be taken upon arrival and masks will be worn.
- Planting of native trees at Camp Michaels, Cub World, Camp Friedlander
- Clearing Honeysuckle and other non-native invasive plants
- Clean debris from drain areas and water runoff ditches
- Plant grass seed
- Litter clean up along the roadside
Every tree planted during service for the Camp Conservation Day event helps our friends at the Taking Root Initiative. The purpose of the Taking Root campaign is to Plant trees in the eight-county OH-KY-IN tri-state region.
Camp Conservation Day is sponsored Ku-Ni-Eh Lodge 145. The arrowmen of Ku-Ni-Eh provide considerable support through fiscal gifts and service hours to our Council Camps.
For more information on Camp Conservation Days, please contact:
Camp Experience Director
General Manager of Properties