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Rank privilege, the practice of older Scouts eating first or getting the best sleeping spots, isn't endorsed by the Boy Scouts of America.
The nonprofit Bill of Rights Institute has announced its third annual Boy Scout essay contest. Scouts and former Scouts write a short essay for a chance to win $1,000 for themselves and $500 for their Scout unit.
For Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, read nine signs your child is being bullied — and eight signs your child is the bully.
Gavin Burseth, a 16-year-old from Illinois, is using goats to help clear poison ivy from campgrounds. It's the final project in his quest for the Hornaday Award.
You'll realize you forgot that essential piece of gear at the worst possible time. Prevent camping frustrations with a comprehensive camping packing list.
"When it's all said and done, it's not about me or the other adult leaders in camp. It's about the Scouts, and I'm proud to be their Scoutmaster."
The patrol method isn't one way to run a troop. It's the only way. But how does it work? Find out in the September 2014 ScoutCast.
The simple answer: There is no time limit for completing a merit badge except for the Scout's 18th birthday.
Smart, healthy Scout snacks are the focus of Part 3 in the three principles of healthy living known as Drink Right, Move More, Snack Smart.