The world's longest flower box - more than 2,500 feet - will be installed in Davy, McDowell County, Douglas said.
An outdoor environmental classroom will be constructed at Shady Spring Elementary in Raleigh County.
"We didn't want to throw out quality projects just because Scouts couldn't do a portion of that project," Douglas said.
"There are certain things Scouts can't do - like no power tools or above certain heights. The Scouts are the largest labor force, but we also have other volunteers coming in that can help out on the couple of things the Scouts can't handle."
AmeriCorps, Volunteer WV, church groups, businesses, other state CCCs and other volunteers will be involved.
With 8,000 Scouts leaving via bus to nine separate counties, the CCC is working to address potential problems. In addition to making sure GPS coordinates are correct and working with 911 officials and the state Department of Homeland Security to accommodate thousands more people in the area, the CCC also conducted a trial run.
In the fall, each county did a demonstration project. The efforts included maintenance projects in Nicholas County, landscaping in Raleigh County, delivering an entry marker in Wyoming County and building trails in Summers County.
After the dress rehearsal, the CCC was able to evaluate what processes worked and the minor improvements that could be made before summer.
Initially, the CCC assigned one manager to each service project, but during the trial run, it decided two would be beneficial. One can act as backup in the event that one person is sick or cannot attend because of unforeseen circumstances.
The organization now is training two managers per project and finalizing preparations.
"It's mind-boggling," Douglas said. "When we first started 24 months ago, I looked at the number of days we had, and it looked so far away.
"It's been crazy - we're only 60 days away from all this happening, and it's coming together really well. It's amazing to see so many different groups of people of different personalities and from different entities coming together."
The 10,600-acre Summit Bechtel Reserve in Fayette County is now the permanent home to the National Scout Jamboree. More than 50,000 Scouts, volunteers and staff are expected to attend.
The Boy Scouts of America has received commitments from donors in excess of $240 million for the area.
For more information on volunteer and donation opportunities, visit www.cccwv.com.
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