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===Cub Scout===
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Cub Scout

Cub Scout Youth

1a. Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
1b. Describe to your den leader or parent/guardian what the Leave No Trace frontcountry guidelines mean to you.
2. Boys in a Tiger Cub den completed the activities for Achievement 5 (Let's Go Outdoors), boys in a Wolf den completed Requirement 7 (Your Living World), boys in a Bear den complete Requirement 12 (Family Outdoor Adventures), boys in a Webelos den earn the Outdoorsman activity badge.
3. Complete one of the following with your family:
a. With your family, put on a short activity (such as a skit or demonstration) at an outdoor activity or den meeting on a principle of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly! or
b. With your den, put on a short activity (such as a skit or demonstration) at an outdoor activity or pack meeting on a principle of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly!
4. Follow the Leave No Trace principles or front country guidelines on three outings. Explain to your unit leader or an individual who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course one thing you did on each outdoor activity to Leave No Trace.
5. On a pack or den outing, participate in a service project that reduces impact from our use of the outdoors. Examples might be collecting litter, cleaning fire rings or grills, or other activities approved by the landowner or land manager.
6. With your family or den, make a poster about the skill you learned in requirement #3 or the project you did in requirement #4 and display it at your pack meeting.

Cub Scout Adult

1a. Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
1b. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
1c. Show the NPS Leave No Trace video to your den or pack.
2. Read about the principles of leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! on http://lnt.org/ and http://treadlightly.org/. Facilitate your Cub Scouts' learning about a principle.
3. Facilitate or participate with a family or den when they put on their activity (such as a skit or demonstration) at a den or pack meeting or outing about a principle of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly!
4. Help plan and participate in three activities that your pack or den can complete while following Leave No Trace principles or the front country guidelines.
5. Contact a local land owner or land manager to arrange the pack or den service project that reduces impact from our use of the outdoors. The project must be approved by the landowner or land manager in advance. Examples might be collecting litter, cleaning fire rings or grills, or other steps suggested by the landowner or land manager.
6. Make or assist in a presentation at a roundtable or similar gathering about what your pack or den did for requirement #4.
7. Help your Cub Scout or another Cub Scout earn the youth Outdoor Ethics Action Award.

Boy Scout

Boy Scout Youth

1. Do each of the following:
a. Unless already completed as a Cub Scout, earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
b. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
c. Explain how each of the four points of the Outdoor Code guides your actions when outdoors.
2a. Read Chapter 7 of the Boy Scout Handbook.
2b. Teach a skill related to the Outdoor Code or Leave No Trace to another Scout in your troop or another Scouting unit.
3. Complete one of the following:
a. Successfully complete a term as your troop Leave No Trace Trainer or
b. Participate in an outing that emphasizes the complete set of Leave No Trace or relevant Tread Lightly! principles. All members of the troop participating in the outing should use the outdoor ethics and the specific skills needed to minimize impacts from their use of the outdoors.
4. Follow the Outdoor Code, Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! principles on three outings. Write a paragraph on each outing explaining how you followed the Outdoor Code, Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! Share it with your unit leader or an individual who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
5. On a troop outing, help your troop on a service activity that addresses recreational impacts related to the type of outing. The project should be approved in advance by the landowner or land manager and lead to permanent or long-term improvements.
6. Participate in a report at a Court of Honor or similar family event on the service activity in requirement #5.

Boy Scout Adult

1a. Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
1b. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
1c. Discuss with your troop how each of the four points of the Outdoor Code guides your action when outdoors.
2. Read the North American Skills and Ethics booklet to learn about the principles of Leave No Trace available online at http://lnt.org/. Review the principles of Tread Lightly! at http://treadlightly.org/. Review Chapter 7 of the Boy Scout Handbook and Chapters 7-11 of the Fieldbook.
3. Facilitate your troop's leadership in planning and leading an outing that emphasizes the complete set of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly! principles. All members of the troop participating in the outing should use outdoor ethics and the specific skills to minimize impacts from their use of the outdoors.
4. Help plan and participate in at least three outings where your troop can follow the Outdoor Code and practice the principles of Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly!. Facilitate a discussion at the end of the outings.
5. Assist your unit in arranging for a service project emphasizing outdoor ethics with a local landowner or land manager. The project must be approved by the landowner or land manager in advance. Participate in that project. The project should lead to permanent or long-term improvements.
6. Make, or facilitate youth in making, a presentation at a roundtable or similar gathering about what your troop did for requirement #4.
7. Help at least three Boy Scouts earn the youth Outdoor Ethics Action Award.

Varsity Scout

Varsity Scout Youth

1. Do each of the following, unless already completed as a Cub Scout or Boy Scout.
a. Earn the [Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award]].
b. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
c. Explain how each of the four points of the Outdoor Code guides your actions when outdoors.
2a. Read Chapters 7-11 of the Fieldbook.
2b. Teach a skill related to Leave No Trace and a skill related to Tread Lightly! to another Scout in your team or another Scouting unit.
3. Complete one of the following:
a. Successfully complete a term as your troop or team Leave No Trace Trainer or
b. Participate in an outing that emphasizes the complete set of Leave No Trace and relevant Tread Lightly! principles. All members of the team participating in the outing should use the outdoor ethics and the specific skills needed to minimize impacts from their use of the outdoors.
4. Follow the Outdoor Code, Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! principles on three outings. Write a paragraph on each outing explaining how you followed the Outdoor Code, Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! Share it with your unit leader or an individual who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
5. On a troop outing, help your troop on a service activity that addresses recreational impacts related to the type of outing. The project should be approved in advance by the landowner or land manager and lead to permanent or long-term improvements.
6. Participate in a report at a Court of Honor, church gathering, or similar event on the service activity in requirement #5.

Varsity Scout Adult

1a. Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
1b. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
1c. Discuss with your team how each of the four points of the Outdoor Code guides your action when outdoors.
2. Read the North American Skills and Ethics booklet to learn about the principles of Leave No Trace available online at http://lnt.org/. Review the principles of Tread Lightly! at http://treadlightly.org/. Review Chapters 7-11 of the Fieldbook.
3. Facilitate your team's leadership in planning and leading an outing that emphasizes the complete set of Leave No Trace or Tread Lightly! principles. All members of the team participating in the outing should use outdoor ethics and the specific skills to minimize impacts from their use of the outdoors.
4. Help plan and participate in at least three outings where your team can follow the Outdoor Code and practice the principles of Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly!. Facilitate a discussion at the end of the outings.
5. Assist your unit in arranging for a service project emphasizing outdoor ethics with a local landowner or land manager. The project must be approved by the landowner or land manager in advance. Participate in that project. The project should lead to permanent or long-term improvements.
6. Make, or facilitate youth in making, a presentation at a roundtable or similar gathering about what your troop did for requirement #4.
7. Help at least three Varsity Scouts earn the youth Outdoor Ethics Action Award.

Venturing

Venturing Youth

1. Do each of the following, unless already completed as a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, or Varsity Scout.
a. Earn the [Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award]].
b. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
c. Explain how each of the four points of the Outdoor Code guides your actions when outdoors.
2a. Read Chapters 7-11 of the Fieldbook, the discussion of Leave No Trace in the Ranger Guidebook, and the Foreword and chapters on Conservation Aesthetic, Wilderness and Land Ethic of A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold. Explain in your own words what Aldo Leopod meant when he stated, "A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it does otherwise."
2b. Lead a group approved by your unit leader in an activity that explores different ethical view poins using materials from http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/outdoorprogram/outdoorethics.aspx, http://lnt.org/ or http://treadlightly.org/.
3. Complete one of the following:
a. Become a Leave No Trace Trainer, Tread Lightly! TREAD Trainer, or have successfully completed a term as a troop or team Leave No Trace Trainer or as a crew officer with responsibility for outdoor ethics training or
b. Research the complete set of Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! skills related to a planned outdoor adventure. Working with your crew leadership, prepare for the adventure, including learning the skills needed to minimize impacts. Practice the skills at least once before heading out on your adventure. While on your adventure, all members of the crew participating in the adventure should use the outdoor skills and ethics necessary to minimize impacts from their use of the outdoors.
4. Follow the Outdoor Code, Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! principles on three outings. Develop a poster or presentation explaining how and why you followed the Outdoor Code, Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! Share it with a group approved by your unit leader or an individual who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
5a. Meet with a local land owner or land manager responsible for an outdoor recreational area or habitat that you use and/or enjoy and discuss the steps that you and your crew can take to reduce adverse impacts on the recreational ecosystem.
5b. With your crew leadership, help plan and participate in a campaign to reduce the adverse impacts on the recreational ecosystem. The campaign should include both service elements (e.g. Land Ethic--service to the land) and outdoor ethics educational components to help educate the public about how to minimize impacts to the area.
6. Help plan and lead either a traditional or a social media event to educate the general public on the importance of protecting the area addressed in requirement #5 and how they can help.

Venturing Adult

1a. Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.
1b. Complete the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course.
1c. Discuss with your crew or ship how you live up to each of the four points of the Outdoor Code during an outing or adventure.
2a. Read the North American Skills and Ethics booklet to learn about the principles of Leave No Trace available online at http://lnt.org/. Review the principles of Tread Lightly! at http://treadlightly.org/.
2b. Read Chapters 7-11 of the Fieldbook.
2c. Read the Foreword, and Chapters on Conservation Aethetic, Wilderness and Land Ethic of A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold. Discuss with your crew what Aldo Leopold meant when he stated, "A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it does otherwise."
3. Facilitate your crew leadership in planning and leading preparation for the adventure in youth requirement #3, including learning the skills needed to minimize impacts. Practice the skills at least once before heading out on your adventure. While on your adventure, facilitate all members of the crew participating in the adventure using the outdoor skills and ethics necessary to minimize impacts from their use of the outdoors.
4. Working with out Scouting or community groups, help find opportunities for your Venturers to make a presentation about how they have used the Outdoor Code, Leave No Trace, Tread Lightly! and/or the Land Ethic in the Outdoors.
5. Facilitate a youth in contacting a local landowner or land manager in advance to arrange the details of the campaign for youth requirement #5. The project must be approved by the landowner or land manager in advance. Participate in both the service and educational aspects of that campaign. The project should lead to permanent or long-term improvements.
6. Make, or facilitate youth in making, a presentation at a roundtable or similar gathering about what your crew did for requirement #4.
7. Help at least three Venturers earn the youth Outdoor Ethics Action Award.
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