Potential Eagle Scout Community Service Projects in Little Bennett Regional Park
But Little Bennett's natural areas cannot simply be left alone. An active effort is required to maintain the health and diversity that these resources would have under more natural conditions. Boy Scouts and Eagle Scout candidates looking for challenging, useful and rewarding community service projects can play an important role in helping to protect and sustain the natural resources of Little Bennett Park.
The Friends of Little Bennett have been working with the Park's managers to identify several different types of volunteer projects that scouts could do in the Park. To learn more, click on a project in the list below to read a brief description. View a PDF file containing descriptions for all 14 projects.
Please note that the Parks Department is able to supply planting stock for most of the planting projects though some projects may require the acquisition of additional donated materials.
Any scout interested in doing a community service project in Little Bennett must be at least 5 months short of his/her 18th birthday when making initial contact with us.
Resource Reconnaissance Projects
Planting and Restoration Projects
Resource Protection Projects
Invasive Plant and Waste Removal Projects
If you are interested in doing any of the types of projects listed above or simply want to learn more about a project, simply Contact Us (be sure to include a phone number and email address!) and someone from the Friends of Little Bennett will get back to you shortly. We can answer your questions about the Park and potential projects and help facilitate the approval and support of your project.