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Lolly Pop Farm Scout Programs

Lolly Pop Farm Scout Programs
David Madison
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Lolly Pop Farm Scout Programs

BSA Merit Badge Workshops

SCOUT PROGRAMS

New This Year! All Workshops Include Lollypop Farm: Friend To Animals Badge

Looking for a unique and memorable experience for your Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts? Lollypop Farm is proud to offer workshops that give scouts hands-on, behind-the-scenes experiences centered on the Girl Scouts of the USA and Boy Scouts of America badge requirements. Each workshop provides a behind-the-scenes tour and interactive classroom activities that fulfill the following animal-themed badges, achievements, and electives:

Girl Scouts of the USA

Daisy Scouts: Birdbath Award
Brownie Scouts: Pets Badge
Junior Scouts: Animal Habitats Badge
Cadette Scouts: Animal Helper Badge
Senior Scouts: Voice for Animals Badge

Boy Scouts of America

Boy Scouts: Veterinary Medicine Merit Badge
Boy Scouts: Nature Merit Badge
Boy Scouts: Bird Study Merit Badge
Boy Scouts: Reptile and Amphibian Study Merit Badge
Boy Scouts: Fish and Wildlife Management Merit Badge
Boy Scouts: Pets Merit Badge
Boy Scouts: Dog Care Merit Badge

GIRL SCOUTS OF tHE USA

Girl Scout Workshops are scheduled by request for troops.

The program fee for all Girl Scout workshops is $15/scout. All workshops booked include 2 group leaders for no added cost. Additional parents, guardians, and siblings are an added $10 each.

In this workshop, scouts will learn to care for animals and themselves through creative experiences. Scouts will learn that animals have the same needs and feelings as us! We will learn how animals communicate with one another and how we can communicate with our pets. Scouts will tour Lollypop Farm to learn how the needs of different animals are met.
In this workshop, scouts will learn basic pet care and the responsibility of owning a pet. We will learn what our pets need to be happy, healthy, and safe. Scouts will create a budget for keeping a pet and practice grooming techniques for pets. We will tour Lollypop Farm and see in person how animals communicate with one another and with us.
In this workshop, scouts will learn about wild animals and the habitats in which they live. We will discover what an adequate habitat needs to have for an animal to thrive and how we can help to protect those environments. Scouts will create bird feeders that provide wild birds with food and nesting materials. We will tour Lollypop farm and learn how our pets’ needs are met by their habitats.
In this workshop, scouts will explore the connection between humans and animals and how we help each other to thrive. Scouts will learn about amazing animal heroes and the many ways that animals enrich our lives every day. We will tour Lollypop Farm and explore how rescued animals are capable of helping their humans.
In this workshop, scouts will learn to understand animal issues worldwide and know what they can do to help. We will explore a variety of problems that animals face and what is being done in response. We will tour Lollypop Farm and discuss the specific issues that affect shelter animals and what Lollypop Farm does to fight those issues.
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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

BSA Merit Badge Workshops are prescheduled for individual registration and may also be scheduled by request for groups. Please note: Some badges may require prerequisites and/or follow-up work after the workshop. The merit badge description specifies any requirements NOT MET by the workshop.

All workshops booked include 2 group leaders for no added cost. Additional parents, guardians, and siblings are an added $10 each.
Certified merit badge counselors provide workshops.

Scouts will learn the roles, responsibilities, and training required of veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians. Scouts will tour the Klingenstein Veterinary clinic and observe the clinic staff as they provide medical care to the animals at Lollypop Farm. Scouts will be awarded the veterinary medicine merit badge after completion of a report of their visit. No prerequisites are needed for this merit badge.

 

Time: 2.5 hours
Prerequisites: None
Follow-up: Report of visit
Pricing: $25 per scout (two group leaders included for free)

request a Workshop for your troop

UPCOMING BSA MERIT BADGE WORKSHOPS

Workshops listed below are intended for individual registration.

  • Feb 22, 2023 – Veterinary Medicine Merit Badge
  • Mar 4, 2023 – Bird Study Merit Badge
  • Mar 18, 2023 – Veterinary Medicine Merit Badge
  • Apr 1, 2023 – Dog Care Merit Badge
  • May 6, 2023 – Fish and Wildlife Management Merit Badge
  • Jun 3, 2023 – Nature Merit Badge
  • Jun 17, 2023 – Veterinary Medicine Merit Badge
  • Jul 1, 2023 – Reptile and Amphibian Study Merit Badge
  • Aug 5, 2023 – Bird Study Merit Badge

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Scouting Type
  • Scouting
  • Venturing
Phone Number585-223-1330
Website URLwww.lollypop.org/services/humane-education-2/scout-programs/
Street99 Victor Road
CityFairport
StateNew York
Zipcode/Postal Code14450
CountryUS
eMail Addresseducation@lollypop.org
LocationWestern New York
Season/Time of YearYear Round

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