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Outdoor Ethics – Sustainability Resources

As part of the Outdoor Code, Scouts and Scouters are charged with the responsibility to be respectful of the outdoors and to be conservation minded.  

The purpose of this new section is to provide a centralized location of resources for units to train Scouts on Outdoor Ethics and to earn the Outdoor Ethics Award.  Additionally, it provides recycling resources to truly exemplify Leave No Trace during your unit meetings, activities, and campouts.  

BSA Outdoor EthicsExternal Link - BSA outdoor ethics information 

National Outdoor Ethics AwardExternal Link - BSA Outdoor Ethics award requirements

Leave No Trace  - national website providing additional resources and information 

Tread LightlyExternal Link  - national website which focuses on four wheelers an off road transportation 

Benton County Drop Off Recycling Centers 

Recycling Resources – These signs can be printed to identify recycling receptacles for unit meetings or camp outs


Recycle Plastics

Recycle Cans

Recycle Paper

Recycle Cardboard

Chuck Simmons compiled these resources for completion of a Wood Badge Ticket.