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The 2014 Fieldbook is a user's guide for the entire outdoors, and it's a must-own for everyone who spends time outside.
Clear a spot on your home screen for Camp Scout!, a free iPhone app brought to you by Boys’ Life magazine and the BSA’s Outdoor Adventures team.
All youth or adult leaders who have reached one year of tenure with the Boy Scouts of America are eligible to begin wearing service stars.
Patrol-based cooking is an important part of troop campouts, and many patrols use a patrol box to help keep cooking supplies and ingredients organized.
Get one of these for everyone in your unit by completing three easy steps. Drink Right, Move More, Snack Smart. Those six small words hold big power. Power to make your unit,
Packs, troops and crews are often asked to serve as the color guard at community events. Making sure we respect the flag's traditions is our obligation.
As a Scout, I had no idea they paid people to work for the Boy Scouts of America. I just thought the district executives I saw at Scouting events were just really active
Wondering whether that parent on the other side of the meeting room would make a good Cub Scout, Boy Scout or Venturing leader? Try the Oreo Test. Don Lauer of Troop and Pack
You’ve heard of a fire triangle, right? It’s the geometric illustration of the three elements a fire needs to ignite: heat, fuel and oxygen. Remove one, and the
For many Scout leaders, it’s not the Scouts that’ll turn hair gray — it’s their parents. The team behind ScoutCast recently asked 56 experienced
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