Opportunities For Young People Wanting To Give Back

As a mainly volunteer organization, we depend heavily on teenage volunteers to get a lot of our work done. Throughout the year, Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts, as well as middle-school and high-school students from both Dunwoody and Chamblee do clean-up and landscaping jobs around the farm and other properties we manage, as well as volunteer at Lemonade Days.

Often the projects are performed in the pursuit of Scout badges. Several Girl Scouts have earned their Gold Award through original projects at the farm. Likewise have several Boy Scouts reached Eagle Scout status. If you’re a Scout looking for a way to make a difference, talk to us.

Recent projects accomplished by Scouts and other students:

  • Setting up a lending library near the barn
  • Producing a series of videos of our historic homes
  • Creating a self-guided farm tour and scavenger hunt
  • Cleaning up and repairing the brick wall at the farm
  • Building moveable planting boxes used during Camp Flashback
  • Designing and building “lemonade stands” for picture-taking at Lemonade Days
  • Doing set-up and take-down at Lemonade days
  • Volunteering at Lemonade Days as face painters and runners
  • Cleaning up the historic Stephen Martin Cemetery
  • Annual Halloween haunted house
Dunwoody Preservation Trust
Dunwoody Preservation Trust
Lemonade Days

If you’re a Scout or a student looking for volunteer opportunities or a troop leader, a teacher or a counselor looking for ways for your kids to help us while earning their Scout badges or school community service points, please contact Suzanne Huff or call us 770-668-0401.