A Scouter and blog reader saw something familiar in the marketing campaign for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2": a three-finger sign.
Ever bunked on a battleship? Pitched tents next to a pitcher's mound? Camped out somewhere outstanding? Send in photos of the coolest place you've camped.
Some of these Scout meeting places caught my eye right away, including a troop that meets on a beach. Others make the ordinary extraordinary.
Know a Scout or Venturer who "shows leadership and passion for the outdoors"? Nominate him or her in the 2016 Outdoor Inspiration Awards.
In a nod to the BSA's increased emphasis on the outdoors, the number of campouts required for First Class in Boy Scouting will double beginning in 2016.
Casting for Recovery provides free fly-fishing retreats for women with breast cancer. For the past six years, Philmont has hosted one of those retreats.
The BSA has purchased an umbrella movie license that covers all council-owned properties. This move has implications that reach beyond Wood Badge and NYLT.
Does "two-deep leadership" apply to driving to and from Scouting events? In other words, are two adults required in each car? We asked the expert.
At a recent camporee, an assistant Scoutmaster was called out to join the Order of the Arrow, Scouting's national honor society. His son was not.
Nominations are now being sought for the BSA's National Alumnus of the Year Award, the Scouting Alumni Association's highest recognition.