About Forever Green ProjectGirl Scouts Forever Green (GSFG), our 100th Anniversary Take Action Project, is a global effort to improve the environment and protect natural resources. We invite you to lead your family, school, and community in three month-long Take Action projects in February, March, or April. In addition, take the Online Pledge today to make a yearlong commitment to environmental efforts.
Girl Scouts around the world are learning about the effects of waste on our environment, and discovering ways to reduce waste. Along with your family and friends, you’ll switch to using reusable bottles and bags and recycle all your aluminum cans.
Girl Scouts are building rain gardens which are planted depressions filled with native plants that capture and absorb storm water and serve as functional gardens. You’ll learn about, construct and maintain a rain garden at school, home and your friend’s homes.
Girl Scouts around the world are learning about saving energy. Along with your family and friends, you’ll replace incandescent bulbs with ENERGY STAR qualified (or other energy-efficient) lightbulbs. And don’t forget to participate in Earth Hour by turning lights off from 8:30pm to 9:30 pm on Saturday March 31, 2012.