100 Eagle Scout Projects in the Parks
I’ve been the project coach for over 100 Eagle Scout projects over the years that have helped to improve nature access and parkland for both human and wildlife use.
Projects have included three-bin compost systems, garden work benches, cold frames, recycled plumber garden benches, Adirondack chairs, trail-head kiosks, canoe & kayak river access trails, bird feeding area display, small bridges, platforms for wet area crossings, routed trail signage, a recycled bottle green house, pollinator homes, bat boxes, blue bird houses, screech owl/wood duck houses, picnic tables, a river seating area and more.
Below are some project pictures that hopefully give you ideas for your own places and spaces.
THANK YOU SCOUTS!
Bird Feeding Station at Essex County Environmental Center
Batboxes at Hilltop Reservation
Wood Duck Boxes for Passaic River, Eagle Scout Project
Native Pollinator Boxes, Eagle Scout Project
Replaced Bridge over wetland stream
Freshly Routed Trail Signs
Movable Trail Boardwalks for swamp area
Becker Park Bluebird Trail
Turtle Enclosure and Live animal Observation Area
Garden work Benches made with recycled lumber and stained brown. Eagle Project
Bringing Wood Duck Boxes into Hatfield Swamp
Plastic Bottle Green House
Split Rail Fence and Picnic Tables
New Bridge on Wetland Trail
Bluebird House Eagle Project
Passaic River Seating Area
Three Bin Compost System
Gazebo Picnic Tables
Woodland Native Plant Enclosure Trail
Split Rail Fence Around Butterfly Garden
Passaic River Canoe Access
Fishing River Spot on Passaic River
SMR Grill Pits
Bluebird Box Eagle Scout Project
Little Free Library, Promoting Environmental Literacy
Bird Blind at Essex County Environmental Center, Eagle Scout Project
Fish Species within the Passaic River, Eagle Scout Project