Forever Green

GSCCS girls were part of the international Together Greening Take Action project!

The Alcoa Foundation provided GSUSA with a two-year $1.5 million grant to expand Forever Green globally to 14 countries. This grant will enable U.S. Girl Scouts and international Girl Guides to work together and lead their families, schools and communities in environmental stewardship.

We are excited that Girl Scouts of Central California South is one of 14 Girl Scout councils that participated in this global Take Action project!

Girls in the US and around the world worked together on Take Action projects focused on waste reduction, energy conservation and rain gardens. Girls led local youth in their communities in projects to reduce their environmental footprint.

Local Girl Scouts, ages 14 – 17,  led this global twinning project, working on environmental projects with Girl Guides from our selected country, Guinea.  They collaborated with Girl Guides from Guinea to develop, plan and implement international environmental take action projects in their communities by engaging youth locally.

Our local Girl Scouts from Fresno, Clovis and Kerman were part of only 300 Girl Scouts in the United States who worked on this Alcoa-sponsored international environment project! 






Kerman Girls working on the 1st Annual Kerman Earth Day and Family Fun Day








Fresno girls working on holiday tree project for Fresno Yosemite International Airport.

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Forever Green

Honor our founder. Honor Earth. Honor our powerful Sisterhood.
Be part of something bigger than yourself.

Girl Scouts Forever Green is the Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary Take Action Project. Girls across the United States and around the world are leading their families, schools, and communities in improving the environment and protecting natural resources.

Girl Scouts Forever Green Projects

  1. Reduce Waste
  2. Save Energy – Join Earth Hour
  3. Plant a Rain Garden

We  selected Earth Hour as our Council project and we invited girls to Take Action on a month-long project in March. You can make an environmental impact by selecting more Girl Scout Forever Green projects. Click here to learn more!

Engage your community to lead sustainable change. Learn more at the Girl Scouts Forever Green web site. At the end of their projects, girls Register their participation in the Forever Green projects and record their results. EVERYONE – not only Girl Scouts – is encouraged to take the Girl Scout Forever Green Pledge online and continue visiting the Total Impact page often to see their environmental impact add up.

Steps to Get Forever Green Patch:

1) Click here to take the Online Pledge.

2) Implement your project. E.g: Replace incandescent bulbs with ENERGY STAR.
(Local Girl Scout Council  offices have light bulbs)

3) Register your project at Girl Scouts Forever Green.




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