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=== Boy Scouts and Venturers===
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=== Boy Scouts ===
#Recite and explain in your own words the principles of Leave No Trace, and discuss how an ethical guideline differs from a rule.
#Recite and explain in your own words the principles of Leave No Trace, and discuss how an ethical guideline differs from a rule.
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#On three separate camping trips with your troop or team, demonstrate and practice the Leave No Trace skills appropriate to the trip.
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#On three separate camping/backpacking trips with your [[troop]] or [[team]], demonstrate and practice the Leave No Trace skills appropriate to the trip.
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#Earn the Camping and Environmental Science merit badges.
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#Earn the [[Camping]] and [[Environmental Science]] merit badges.
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#Participate in a Leave No Trace-related service project that reduces or rehabilitates recreational impacts. Discuss with your troop or team which recreational impacts were involved with the project.
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#Participate in a Leave No Trace-related service project that reduces or rehabilitates recreational impacts. Discuss with your troop or team which recreational impacts were involved with the project.
#Give a 10-minute presentation on a Leave No Trace topic approved by your unit leader to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
#Give a 10-minute presentation on a Leave No Trace topic approved by your unit leader to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
#Teach a Leave No Trace-related skill to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
#Teach a Leave No Trace-related skill to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
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=== Venturers ===
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#Recite and explain in your own words the principles of Leave No Trace, and discuss how an ethical guideline differs from a rule.
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#On three separate camping/backpacking trips with your [[ship]] or [[crew]], demonstrate and practice the Leave No Trace skills appropriate to the trip.
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#Earn the Camping and Environmental Science merit badges (or do No.3 under the Scouter requirements).
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#Participate in a Leave No Trace-related service project that reduces or rehabilitates recreational impacts. Discuss with your ship or crew which recreational impacts were involved with the project.
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#Give a 10-minute presentation on a Leave No Trace topic approved by your unit leader to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
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#Teach a Leave No Trace-related skill to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
===Scouters and Venturing Leaders===
===Scouters and Venturing Leaders===
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#Recite and explain the principles of Leave No Trace.
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#Recite and explain in your own words the principles of Leave No Trace, and discuss how an ethical guideline differs from a rule.
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#On three separate camping/backpacking trips demonstrate and practice the principles of Leave No Trace.
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#On each of the three camping trips in Scout requirement 2, discuss with your troop or team the impact problems encountered and the methods the unit used to eliminate or at least minimize those impacts.
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#Share with another Scouter or Venturing leader your understanding and knowledge of the Camping and Environmental Science merit badge pamphlets.
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#Read chapters 7 through 10 (Leaving No Trace), chapter 27 (Understanding Nature), and chapter 34 (Being Good Stewards of Our Resources) in the BSA ''[[Fieldbook]]''. Share with another adult leader what you learned.
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#Actively assist (training, advice, and general supervision) a Scout in planning, organizing, and leading a service project related to Leave No Trace.
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#Actively assist (train, advise, and supervise) a Scout/Venturer in planning, organizing, and leading a service project that reduces or rehabilitates recreational impacts.
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#Assist a minimum of three Scouts in earning the Leave No Trace Awareness Award.
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#Assist at least three Scouts/Venturers in earning the [[Leave No Trace Achievement Award]].
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#Plan and conduct a Leave No Trace awareness for Scouts, Venturers, Scouters, or an interested group outside Scouting.
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#Teach a Leave No Trace-related skill to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
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''Source: The Principles of Leave No Trace for Ourdoor Adventures (21-105)''
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''Source: [http://usscouts.org/advance/boyscout/old/leavenotrace-08.asp Leave No Trace Achievement Award (USScouts.org}]''

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Boy Scouts

  1. Recite and explain in your own words the principles of Leave No Trace, and discuss how an ethical guideline differs from a rule.
  2. On three separate camping/backpacking trips with your troop or team, demonstrate and practice the Leave No Trace skills appropriate to the trip.
  3. Earn the Camping and Environmental Science merit badges.
  4. Participate in a Leave No Trace-related service project that reduces or rehabilitates recreational impacts. Discuss with your troop or team which recreational impacts were involved with the project.
  5. Give a 10-minute presentation on a Leave No Trace topic approved by your unit leader to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
  6. Teach a Leave No Trace-related skill to a Scouting unit or other interested group.

Venturers

  1. Recite and explain in your own words the principles of Leave No Trace, and discuss how an ethical guideline differs from a rule.
  2. On three separate camping/backpacking trips with your ship or crew, demonstrate and practice the Leave No Trace skills appropriate to the trip.
  3. Earn the Camping and Environmental Science merit badges (or do No.3 under the Scouter requirements).
  4. Participate in a Leave No Trace-related service project that reduces or rehabilitates recreational impacts. Discuss with your ship or crew which recreational impacts were involved with the project.
  5. Give a 10-minute presentation on a Leave No Trace topic approved by your unit leader to a Scouting unit or other interested group.
  6. Teach a Leave No Trace-related skill to a Scouting unit or other interested group.

Scouters and Venturing Leaders

  1. Recite and explain in your own words the principles of Leave No Trace, and discuss how an ethical guideline differs from a rule.
  2. On each of the three camping trips in Scout requirement 2, discuss with your troop or team the impact problems encountered and the methods the unit used to eliminate or at least minimize those impacts.
  3. Read chapters 7 through 10 (Leaving No Trace), chapter 27 (Understanding Nature), and chapter 34 (Being Good Stewards of Our Resources) in the BSA Fieldbook. Share with another adult leader what you learned.
  4. Actively assist (train, advise, and supervise) a Scout/Venturer in planning, organizing, and leading a service project that reduces or rehabilitates recreational impacts.
  5. Assist at least three Scouts/Venturers in earning the Leave No Trace Achievement Award.
  6. Teach a Leave No Trace-related skill to a Scouting unit or other interested group.

Source: Leave No Trace Achievement Award (USScouts.org}

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