Burn them, recycle them, donate them — Scouts and Scouters have a number of options for retiring worn-out American flags.
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.
Health and Safety guru Richard Bourlon discusses the basic emergency preparedness kit and more readiness tips in the September 2014 edition of CubCast.
Selected merit badge pamphlets, leader materials and the Fieldbook are now available on Kindle devices or via the Kindle app on phones and tablets.
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.
Scouts in Minnetonka, Minn., Troop 346 created the design for their new troop trailer in a Graphic Arts merit badge class.
Active Scout meetings are the focus of Part 2 in three-step approach to healthy living known as Drink Right, Move More, Snack Smart.
What does a Scout-led troop look like, and — better yet — how do you get there? Share your secrets for an upcoming Scouting magazine story.
Scouting's Journey to Excellence (JTE) helps you track success based on a number of key factors like camping, service, advancement, training and retention.
How do you decide whether it's OK to watch that PG movie with your Cub Scouts or some PG-13 movie with your Venturers?