Merit Badges

Our 2019 Merit Badge Workshops & Dates

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Registration for each badge opens the month prior to the workshop date.

Soil & Water Conservation
9:00am-2:00pm

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June 8, 2019

Investigate the importance of soil and water for plants, animals and humans alike. Participate in a conservation project, perform an experiment on how water flows through soil types, observe soil and water conservation practices at DNC, and more.

Sustainability
9:00am-3:00pm

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June 29, 2019

Please note this workshop is for scouts 13 yrs. and older.

The Sustainability Merit Badge helps Scouts do a good turn for the Earth as they learn what they can do to live more sustainably. The Scout undertakes projects to understand the big picture regarding topics such as water, food, energy, and transportation, as well as waste reduction, species decline, and world population.  This class will be taught by leaders who are also members of Dunwoody’s Sustainability Committee.

Env. Science
9:00am-3:00pm

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Please note this workshop is for scouts 13 yrs. and older.

July 13, 2019

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Study a range of environmental science topics and issues including: the importance of bees to pollination, defining ecosystems, oil spill clean up techniques, field study comparison of different ecosystems, and more.

Insect Study
9:00am-2:00pm

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September 14, 2019

During the workshop, observe insects in their natural habitats, including a live bee hive! Identify what makes certain insects helpful and others harmful to humans, why insects are important in the food chain, and more. Outside of the workshop, observe an insect transform from larva to adult during metamorphosis.

Forestry
9:00am-2:00pm

Forestry
November 9, 2019

Practice tree identification in the field, learn ways to best manage forest resources, hear from a local forester about careers in forestry*, hike along DNC’s trails to identify tree hazards, and more.

*subject to change based on availability of volunteers