Updated for Scouts, Scout Leaders, Land Managers, and Conservation Organizations, this 2016 edition is expanded to include the role of conservation in Scouting, how Scouts can become effective stewards of the environment, the value of partnerships between Scouts and managers of public and private lands, and specific skills for getting good work done.
This book highlights the BSA’s century-long involvement with conservation and the powerful role that caring for the environment can have for today’s Scouts and the land itself. This publication will help Scout leaders establish positive relationships with land managers and includes projects tailored to the needs of Scouts. Learn More
This compact book explains how to structure finance volunteers in the district. It includes a council annual fund-raising time line. Here you will find the finance policies of the BSA. It also suggests how to help units with finance. Learn More
In preparing boys for responsible citizenship, the BSA recognizes an obligation to God as well as the religious element in member training. This nonsectarian guideline is an excellent resource for interfaith Christian, Jewish and Muslim worship, encouraging members to strengthen their own relationship with God through personal prayer, and to set examples for others through their conduit. It also provides information on the religious emblems program. Updated in 2016. Learn More
Part of the Learn and Live Card™ Collection, these cards serve as a quick reference pocket guide for recognizing the most popular constellations. Each card contains useful information for identifying stars in the North American sky. Learn More