Give and you shall receive. At this fall’s Volunteer Vacation at Philmont Scout Ranch, participants give a week of trail service and receive an unforgettable adventure in the captivating Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northeast New Mexico.
Here’s a new one: An East Coast troop’s uniform policy involves telling older Scouts not to wear their uniforms in public. Yep, it happened in Scouter B.C.’s troop. Here’s how B.C., who asked me not to use
You don’t tell young people why they should join Scouting. You show them. That’s the thinking behind the BSA’s new Visual Storytelling Workshops, happening this summer. Here’s a chance to spend several days learning the secrets of
Thirsty? If you’re not now, you will be in a couple months—summer is right around the corner! Be prepared for thirst with this package of water-purification gear offered in the JUST ADD WATER GIVEAWAY, starting
Get ready to dot-dot your I’s and dash your T’s. Today, the Boy Scouts of America released the Morse Code Interpreter Strip, an official patch for Scouts and Scouters who can demonstrate their ability to
When our gear guru Stephen Regenold (founder of thegearjunkie.com) selects items for Scouting magazine’s “Great Gear” column, he uses two important criteria when making his final selections: style and function. Buff headwear—featured in our May-June