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Become a Junior Ranger with the BLM
Our state has many beautiful locations for girls and adults to get outdoors and explore. Did you know that the Bureau of Land Management covers 245 million acres in 12 states? Girl Scouts can now get outdoors and explore these amazing locations, and become a Junior Ranger!
What is a Junior Ranger? Junior Rangers, offered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), wants to introduce young adventurers to everything that the BLM offers on their lands that are used for recreation, learning and stewardship.
By becoming a Junior Ranger, girls are able to use on-site programs and online activity books to learn more about the BLM and their mission: to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of America’s public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.
Junior Rangers can earn recognition pins and patches. This free program has curriculum created to help your girls learn more about opportunities that exist on our public lands. Girls can become Junior Rangers at any time, and can complete any, or all, of the BLM Junior Ranger program.
To learn more about the BLM Junior Ranger program, check out our Outdoor Anytime Activities on the GSCO Event Calendar, or head straight to the BLM’s website. To order materials from the Junior Ranger program, email the BLM or call (303) 236-1975.