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. Learn More
Entitled “Safety Afloat and Aquatics Supervision: Paddle Craft Safety”, this DVD contains the BSA® Safety Afloat training material for use in group settings such as Roundtable Meetings or Council/District training events.
Scout Units may also use this DVD for training adult and youth members in the policies and procedures of Safety Afloat, which is part of the "sandwich" method of preparing for a safe outing involving the use of watercraft.
Produced under a grant from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund administered by the U.S. Coast Guard.
This guide is an introduction to familiar North American species of wildflowers and highlights some of the most common and widely distributed roadside wildflowers in North America. This laminated guide measures 8” x 4” folded. Learn More
Waterford's guide to Weather is the perfect, pocket-sized folding guide to clouds, storms and weather patterns. A must-have reference guide for novice meteorologists, this indispensable guide teaches how to observe clouds and anticipate weather changes. Also highlights weather phenomena ranging from hurricanes to the Aurora Borealis. Laminated for durability. Learn More