The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's Kellogg Environmental Center and Osborne Homestead Museum offer a variety of programs designed for Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts.
Special Scout Programs
Each season the Kellogg Environmental Center presents several programs designed specially for scouts.
Every year the Kellogg staff offers a variety of Journeys and badge support for Junior and Cadet Girl Scouts.
In the Weblos Boy Scout program, the scouts participate in activities that are part of the Naturalist and Forester badges. The Geologist program is provided at Dinosaur State Park.
Additional Scouting Opportunities
Scouts are also welcome to register as a group for many of our public programs. Through interesting, hands-on programs, scouts will explore a wide range of environmental topics. In addition, the scouts may be able to apply some of the skills and activities towards one of their badges or achievement areas. Some programs charge a materials fee per participant.
For more information, please call (203) 734-2513.
Doris Johnson, from the DEEP's Environmental Equity Program, teaching at the Cultures Around the World Program
Content Reviewed February 2020