Let's look at the Eagle Scout Class of 2015 by the numbers, including average age, a state-by-state breakdown and the number of service hours recorded.
There's evil in the world. There's goodness, too. On a recent camping trip to the California coast, the Scouts of Troop 57 encountered both.
Does Scouting work? A new, highly shareable Scout recruiting video answers that question with a resounding "yes."
Kids to Parks Day 2016 is May 21. The day offers a terrific opportunity to get outside and explore parks and public lands — either with your Scouting family or your actual family.
In those 60 seconds (or a little longer), a Scoutmaster's minute helps inspire Scouts with a story, a parable or an anecdote.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, there's a fourth way to earn the Snow Sports merit badge. Snowshoeing joins downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowboarding as options for earning this elective merit badge.
How long should pack meetings last? How long should troop meetings last? And how long should crew meetings last?
In honor of the BSA's 106th birthday, read an essay from national Order of the Arrow chairman Ray Capp. The essay: "Is Scouting still relevant?"
Requirements for the Eagle-required Cooking merit badge have been revised for 2016, with better organization, fewer redundancies and a focused approach.
There's no official recommended order for earning merit badges. So which merit badge makes the best "first merit badge" for Scouts?