EAGLE SCOUT SERVICE PROJECTS
The National Eagle Scout Association was created in 1972 with the express purpose of bringing together Eagle Scouts of all ages so that they may be of greater service to themselves, their local councils, and their communities, thereby conserving and developing the human resources potential represented by those who hold Scouting’s highest rank.
Ruffner Mountain Nature Center has benefited greatly from the hard work of many Eagle Scouts over the years. Below is just a sampling of some of the more recent Eagle Scout service projects. If you are interested in doing your service project at Ruffner Mountain or would like more information please contact the Conservation Land Manager.
Construction of stairs, railing and a log bridge as part of two scouts' projects
Installation of new trail intersection signs on all trails