Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award

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Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award

This patch is worn as a temporary emblem
on the right uniform pocket.
Created:January 1, 2013
Level:All Scouts


According to http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/OutdoorProgram/OutdoorEthics/Awards.aspx the version of this award "for Cub Scouts and leaders" were retired in June 2016. This could mean Cub Scouts, and Cub Scout leaders, or it could mean Cub Scouts and all adult leaders.

The Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award is designed to introduce awareness of Outdoor Ethics by learning about Outdoor Ethics, Leave No Trace, and Tread Lightly!.


Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award requirements

Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers, Sea Scouts, and Scouters (Adults)

  1. Recite from memory and explain the meaning of the Outdoor Code.
  2. Watch the National Park Service (NPS) Leave No Trace video at http://www.nps.gov/features/wilderness/leavenotrace/popup.html.
  3. Complete the Leave No Trace on-line youth course and print the certificate.
  4. Earn the Tread Lightly! online course certificate. Print the certificate when you are done.
  5. Participate in an outdoor ethics course, workshop or training activity facilitated by a person who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course or is a BSA outdoor ethics trainer or master.

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Notes

Worksheet A FREE workbook for Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award is available here! Adobe Acrobat PDF
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