For the last two weeks, Hector A Sanchez has been been working on his Eagle Scout project by building the new Boy Scout Garden at the Museum. Hector has been scouting with Troop 4070 since he was 11. He and his friends have been working hard to build an indigenous cactus garden, which is one of the first garden in the museum's exterior garden plan. They have been moving a lot of rocks-and today they are leveling beds. Next Saturday they will be back out bright and early to plant cacti. This is just the beginning, and over the next few years we should see lots of Boy Scouts following Hector's lead.