Earth Hour Project Rain Gardens Project Girl Scouts Forever Green

Girl Scouts Forever Green (GSFG) is our 100th anniversary, take action project in which Girl Scouts are at the forefront of environmental sustainability by leading their families, schools, and communities in protecting natural
resources.

During the month of February 2012, Girl Scouts in South Carolina will be focused on reducing plastic waste. Click here to visit the website, the go-to place for girls, volunteers and the public to learn about the three projects, register
their participation and results, and take the pledge. All the information about how to do the projects, facts, tips, resources and tools are included. In addition, visitors can view GSFG's global environmental impact. Even though we are focusing on reducing plastic waste in February 2012, we encourage participation in the other Girl Scouts Forever Green projects as well.

Click here for more information on Forever Green.