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Philmont Scout Ranch
It seems like just about everyone wants to go (or go back) to Philmont. And so when it comes to the hiking mecca’s 12-day and seven-day summer expeditions, demand far
Kent, before his Philmont-inspired transformation. See the after photo after the jump. Sometimes to gain, you have to lose. Kent Cantrell, a Scouter from the Houston suburb
Forget everything you think you know about conferences. Forget the long lines at the buffet, the windowless meeting rooms at hotels, the boring PowerPoints, and the awkward
When summertime fires break out in northern New Mexico or southern Colorado, there’s understandable concern within the Scouting community about Philmont Scout Ranch,
Update June 7, 11:12 a.m.: We stand at an impressive 683 pins! Keep commenting with the location you’re visiting (be as specific as possible) and your unit number.
Who doesn’t love a good sequel? After last summer’s successful premiere of the BSA’s Visual Storytelling Workshops in Atlanta and at Philmont, the return
Wood Badge + Philmont = Happy Land I interrupt my regular blog programming for this important Wood Badge Wednesdays announcement… I’m staffing Wood Badge this
For teens, it just might be saying no — to tobacco, to drugs, and to alcohol. And now, courageous Scouts and Venturers who pledge to remain tobacco-, drug- and alcohol-free
There’s another side to Philmont where training, not trekking, takes center stage. The Philmont Training Center, the BSA’s national volunteer education facility,
Tucker Prescott, the mind behind the video. What’s it like to spend a summer as a Philmont Ranger? Incredible seems too weak a word, and amazing doesn’t quite
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