Chase and his helpers constructed two foot bridges across a stream in a 246-acre town park at Hawkwood Preserve. The 14-foot-long bridges allow easy crossings over a stream on the Stonewall Trail. — Chase, Troop
Bailey and his helpers built a Project Remember memorial. They removed all dead and damaged foliage and replaced it with new planting, and they had park lights fixed and added solar lights. They had 14
Please tell us about your completed Eagle Scout Service Project using the form below.
What Makes a Good Project?
Before you do anything else, download the official Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook (No. 512-927) at scouting.org/advancement. There you'll find a rundown for planning, fundraising, executing and documenting your Eagle project.
A good Eagle project should:
• Allow you to show planning, development and leadership skills.
• Benefit a religious institution, a school or your community. (It can't benefit Scouting, so a project at your council camp is out.)
• Be feasible. You'll need to show it's realistic for you to carry out.
• Address safety issues. What will you do to prevent injury? What happens if someone gets hurt?
Best of the Best Eagle Projects
The Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award recognizes outstanding Eagle projects at the council, regional and national levels.
Think your Eagle project stacks up? If you passed (or will pass) your Eagle board of review between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31 of this year, you can apply. Submit an application to your council's National Eagle Scout Association committee by Jan. 21.
Find an application and see past winners at nesa.org