A Boy Scout Conservation Project

Please read about my Boy Scout Hornaday Project at Dunwoody Nature Center!

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Thanking my Major Project Supporters

In the past month, I’ve thanked the major supporters of my Hornaday project for all of their time, effort, and dedication to working with me.  It wasn’t just me doing the work – there have been many people who helped me along the way.  If it wasn’t for them, I might not have been able … Continue reading Thanking my Major Project Supporters

Badges Earned for Hornaday

I’m starting to work on my forms for my Hornaday Award Application, and I’ll be working on my final report over the summer.  So far, I’ve earned 8 more badges than are what’s required to apply for and earn the Hornaday Badge. In the past two years, I’ve earned 13 conservation-related Boy Scout merit badges. … Continue reading Badges Earned for Hornaday

More Before and After Pictures of my Work

It’s nice to go back, now, and look at all the work I’ve completed at Dunwoody Nature Center for my Hornaday Project.  My individual hours of work currently total over 230 hours, with the total hours for everyone involved currently being over 600 hours. I’ve made a really big difference in the environment at Dunwoody … Continue reading More Before and After Pictures of my Work

Some Before and After Pictures of my Work

In the follow-up phase of my Hornaday Project at the Dunwoody Nature Center, I’m photographing and documenting the improvements I’ve made, focusing on removal of the invasive species Chinese wisteria and Chinese privet.  There was also some English ivy that I removed. I’m not yet done and am working to maintain the progress and improvements … Continue reading Some Before and After Pictures of my Work

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