Eagle Scout Projects
Eagle Scout Service Project – Annika
When: Saturday, March 16 – 9AM to 2 PM (details coming soon)
Where: E. Edgar St. and Boyer Ave. E.
Bring: Your enthusiasm! and gloves and clothing appropriate for yard and outdoor work.
Eagle Scout Service Project – Finnian
When: Saturday, March 9 10:00 – 3:30
Where: 2323 E Cherry St, Seattle, WA 98122
The work involves:
- Weeding the garden and removing dead plants
- Spreading topsoil around various spots of the garden
- Building a simple planter box
- Spreading woodchips across the garden space
What to bring:
- Sturdy shoes/boots
- Clothes you don’t mind getting dirty
- Work gloves and Rain jacket
We will provide:
- Pizza lunch
- Juice, water and snacks
- Work tools and materials
Past Service Projects
Eagle Scout Service Project – Robert C.
When: Saturday, December 16, 2023 10am – 2:30pm
Where: Town & Country Market
343 Winslow Way E.
Eagle Scout Service Project – Dawson H.
When: Saturday, August 13, 2022 10am – 2pm
Where: Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Center
3800 Lake Washington Blvd S.
Seattle, WA 98118
Eagle Scout Service Project – Izzy
When: Saturday, January 30, 2021
Where: Bass Lake Complex Natural Area, south of the Green River and the City of Black Diamond, and north of the City of Enumclaw. Meet at Obertos 1715 Rainier Avenue S, Seattle 98144 to caravan together
About the project: The site is located along State Route 169, 2.5 miles southeast of the city of Black Diamond and 3.5 north of the city of Enumclaw. It is south of Flaming Geyser State Park and the Black Diamond Bridge Site, which runs along the Green River; these parks are owned and maintained by Washington State Parks. It is traditional Puyallup and Coast Salish Land. Visit their websites http://www.coastsalishgathering.com/ (Coast Salish) and http://www.puyallup-tribe.com/ (Puyallup) for more on their history and current events. The site was bought by the county in 2010, as it was previously owned by a family growing hay in the open fields around their home, located at the top of the rise. In the following years, the County has planted trees (doug firs and cedars) key areas to shade out the hay and to cool the water that floods and flows into Bass lake and the adjacent wetland areas. This year they are adding in a native shrub mix to increase natural ground cover for the local wildlife.
King County Bass Lake page: https://www.kingcounty.gov/services/parks-recreation/parks/parks-and-natural-lands/natural-lands/basslake.aspx
Green River Coalition: https://www.greenrivercoalition.org/
Eagle Scout Service Project – Peter R.
Location 1: Peter’s garage: 138 Madrona Place E (down the driveway!) Seattle WA 98112
Location 2: Center for Wooden Boats – 1010 Valley St. Seattle WA 98109
Who: Troop 15 and 8015 Scouts who need service hours for advancement or for school.
Eagle Scout Service Project – Ollie W.
What: Beach cleanup patrol and data analysis in cooperation with Puget Soundkeepers.
Location: Golden Gardens Park, 8498 Seaview Pl NW, Seattle, WA 98117
Who: Troop 15 and 8015 senior Scouts who need service hours for advancement or for school.
Eagle Scout Service Project – Alyssa T.
What: Riverfront cleanup of Terminal 107 Park, on the Duwamish River across from the Duwamish Longhouse. Project will be done in cooperation with Puget Soundkeepers as part of the International Coastal Clean Up Day. Thorough waterfront cleanup and then analysis of garbage collected to establish baseline and monitor Puget Sound cleanliness.
The T-107 Park was created when artifacts were found during excavation by the Port of Seattle. The tribe and the community fought to preserve the area, and today it now stands as a wildlife habitat and public access site that overlooks the only original bends in the river
Following the clean up, we will take a tour of the site to learn about its ecological and cultural history, led by Andrew Grueter, an Eagle Scout from Troop 282, now works as the Ecotourism coordinator for the Duwamish Tribe.
Eagle Scout Service Project – Alex K.
What: Right around the corner from Epiphany is the Harrison Ridge Greenbelt. This neighborhoodgreenspace has been taken over by invasive species and needs our attention. In this project we will be working with the local forest steward on taking out the invasive ivy and replacing it with woodchips and bareroot plants. Wear clothes that can get dirty and boots. All tools and gloves will be provided. There will also be a pizza lunch provided. I know not all people can work for the whole day so if you could come for only a part it is still strongly appreciated! Let?s turn around our local greenbelt.
Location: Harrison Ridge Greenbelt