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Our Pile of Hope


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Our Pile of Hope

Girl Scout Troop 2517 recently completed their Silver Award project – an outreach project intended to address a problem or need in the community.

Troop 2517 focused on the issue of climate change by educating the public about the danger of methane emissions and how they affect our environment.

“Through research, we discovered one way to combat this issue is through composting. So, we filmed a video about teaching people in the desert how to compost. We filmed part of our video at the St. Margaret’s FIND Food Bank distribution site and composting center,” states Phoebe Goehring, a member of Girl Scout Troop 2517.