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[[User:Woodhamc|Woodhamc]], thanks for your post... well stated. Please see [http://usssp.com/mb/proposals.asp usssp.com/mb/proposals.asp] for a good explanation about, ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>How to submit a proposal for new or revised merit badges<nowiki>'</nowiki>''. Please note, unfortunately, the link to the [http://ideas.scouting.org Innovation Engine (ideas.scouting.org)] referenced at the bottom of ''that'' page is no longer open to us little people &mdash; you '''''now''''' must be a [[BSA employee]] in order to log in there. You can still submit your proposal directly to the [[National Council]] at the mailing address shown. &mdash;'''''[[User:RWSmith|RWSmith]]''''' <small>''[[MeritBadgeDotOrg:Bureaucrat|(Bureaucrat)]]''</small>, 10:14, April 6, 2011 (EDT)
[[User:Woodhamc|Woodhamc]], thanks for your post... well stated. Please see [http://usssp.com/mb/proposals.asp usssp.com/mb/proposals.asp] for a good explanation about, ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>How to submit a proposal for new or revised merit badges<nowiki>'</nowiki>''. Please note, unfortunately, the link to the [http://ideas.scouting.org Innovation Engine (ideas.scouting.org)] referenced at the bottom of ''that'' page is no longer open to us little people &mdash; you '''''now''''' must be a [[BSA employee]] in order to log in there. You can still submit your proposal directly to the [[National Council]] at the mailing address shown. &mdash;'''''[[User:RWSmith|RWSmith]]''''' <small>''[[MeritBadgeDotOrg:Bureaucrat|(Bureaucrat)]]''</small>, 10:14, April 6, 2011 (EDT)
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According to the Nature Merit Badge Pamphlet, the most recent pamphlet, the term "venomous" is used in Requirement 4.c.1. Please correct to reflect this requirement.
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According to the Nature Merit Badge Pamphlet, the most recent pamphlet, the term "venomous" is used in Requirement 4.c.1. Please correct to reflect the "change" in the requirement.
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[[User:Kc9901mom|Kc9901mom]] 18:13, February 14, 2012 (EST)

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  • Poisonous vs venomous

    For requirement 4.c.1., the correct terminology is venomous, not poisonous, when talking about snakes.

    Existing Requirement:

    4.c. Reptiles and Amphibians
    1. Show that you can recognize the poisonous snakes in your area.

    Suggested Requirement:

    4.c. Reptiles and Amphibians
    1. Show that you can recognize the venomous snakes in your area.

    --Woodhamc 19:30, April 5, 2011 (EDT)

    How to submit a proposal for new or revised merit badges

    Woodhamc, thanks for your post... well stated. Please see usssp.com/mb/proposals.asp for a good explanation about, 'How to submit a proposal for new or revised merit badges'. Please note, unfortunately, the link to the Innovation Engine (ideas.scouting.org) referenced at the bottom of that page is no longer open to us little people — you now must be a BSA employee in order to log in there. You can still submit your proposal directly to the National Council at the mailing address shown. —RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 10:14, April 6, 2011 (EDT)

    2.14.12 According to the Nature Merit Badge Pamphlet, the most recent pamphlet, the term "venomous" is used in Requirement 4.c.1. Please correct to reflect the "change" in the requirement. Kc9901mom 18:13, February 14, 2012 (EST)

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