In an abundance of caution we have decided to reschedule Green for
Good for one year to May 8, 2021. Ticket sales are closed. We plan to
open registration later this year.
We are working with Eventbrite to refund already purchased tickets
as soon as possible. We thank you for your patience.
Green for Good
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Although we cannot celebrate Green for Good in person, there are
plenty of ways you can celebrate virtually and go Green for Good at home!
In honor of Green for Good week, check out these patches and
challenges, and go on a virtual tours of some of our G4G partners!
Patches include: Save Our Energy, Barilla Good for You, Good for the
Planet, Nature Cat
Challenges: Green for Good Energy Challenge, Green for Good
Food Waste Challenge
Virtual Tours: Shedd Aquarium Penguin Walk, Indiana Dunes State
Park Tour, and the Brookfield Zoo Animal Check-in
From worms to bees to saving energy, learn how you can help the
environment from home! During this week, we will learn about
pollinators and vermiculture, and discover ways we can create habitats
in our own homes to support plants and the environment. We will also
look at how our daily habits impact the environment and set goals to
move closer to going Green for Good!
At Green for Good you will get to:
- Learn to lead on environmental issues and protecting our
- Discover actionable ways to change
habits at home, in your community, and in the world;
- Cultivate new ideas through hands-on, interactive
- Dialogue with brands, nonprofits and industry
leaders in our expansive
Why Green for Good?
It’s in Girl Scouts’ DNA. Our founder, Juliette Gordon Low, was a
famous lover of nature. Today, Girl Scouts honors her legacy by
promoting respect and love of the great outdoors far and wide.
Through Girl Scouting, girls learn to value the Earth as their home
and are inspired to develop a lasting commitment to the environment
through care, conservation, and responsibility.
Please note: Early-bird ticket prices end April 3.
increase $2 per ticket.