Scout Programs


The museum offers programs for Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Scouts BSA. We offer fun, hands-on activities to develop skills and knowledge in a variety of science fields. Our programs meet requirements for a variety of badges and programs.

Scout programs are $5 per scout, with a minimum of two adult leaders/chaperones per group. A minimum of three scouts are required to reserve a program, and a maximum of fifteen are allowed in one program.  To schedule a scouting program, please submit a registration form.

For more information or to assess your troop’s unique needs, contact the museum’s Outreach & Engagement Coordinator, Eleanor Gardner, via email or call (785)-864-2380.


Badge Programs - Girl Scouts

Daisies:
Outdoor Art Maker badge
Eco Learner badge

Brownies:
Bugs badge - watch the video below to get started and then learn how to earn this badge at home!


Outdoor Art Creator badge
Eco Friend badge

Juniors:
Animal Habitats badge - learn how to earn this badge at home and watch the video below to support your work on step 4!


Flowers badge
Geocacher badge
Outdoor Art Explorer badge

Cadettes:
Night Owl badge - watch the video below to support your work on step 2 and learn how other Cadettes have earned this badge!


Trees badge
Outdoor Art Apprentice badge

Seniors:
Voice for Animals badge
Eco Explorer badge
Outdoor Art Expert badge

Ambassadors:
Eco Advocate badge
Outdoor Art Master badge

NOTE: We can also help Girl Scouts complete aspects of the It’s Your Planet – Love it! journey and the Citizen Science journey at each applicable level.

Badge Programs - Cub Scouts and Scouts BSA

Tiger Cubs:
Backyard Jungle adventure loop

Wolf Cubs:
Digging in the Past adventure loop

Bear Cubs:
Super Science adventure loop

Webelos Scouts:
Adventures in Science pin
Earth Rocks! pin

Scouts BSA Badges:
Environmental Science badge
Geology badge
Insect Study badge
Mammal Study badge
Plant Science badge
Reptile & Amphibian Study badge