Happy New Year and welcome to Spring 2018. During this semester our students, curators, and collaborators will share outdoors activities with emphasis on specific learning topics. The topics are related to higher education courses also being taught this term.
Our first topic is the Environment. The focus is sustainability, climate, food, lands, reducing human impact, etc. Other topics will be open based on current interest and news.
We start our Spring 2018 with an outdoors Visit to the Center of Environmental Studies of Comunitat Valenciana in Spain.
Solar and wind exhibits outside main building of Center of Environmental Studies of Valencian Community. The center has a sample of energy sources used in Spain.
More photos of their farm and garden coming soon. Visit their website
#Scouting of the future. #OutdoorsLearning and emerging technologies together to educate the #NextGeneration of #Scouts, #youthleaders, #digitalleadersoftomorrow ==> #Repost @scoutsguatemala
#RecordandoEl2017 Hoy recordamos el 1er. Foro Regional Interclanes de la región 2, que se llevó a cabo en el Hipódromo del Norte, zona 2 de Guatemala, el pasado 2 de abril. #ScoutGuatemala #ScoutsGuatemala
Winterfest Boat Parade. Coral Springs. Photo by Dr. David Chen.
Congratulations to Ranger Frank and his festive crew, who won 1st place in the Julington Creek Light Parade!!
The Osprey was transformed into a floating fire truck sponsored by the St Johns River Base at Echockotee, North Florida Council’s Boy Scout Camp.
We had such a blast participating in the Julington Creek annual boat parade! Thanks to our SJRK River Patrol Captains Lowell and Dee Stephens, the Kingfisher made an appearance! This weekend, look for us on Doctors Lake for the parade near Whitey’s Fish Camp!