Cub Scouting Can Keep Kids Active and Learning in Social Isolation

It’s 2020 and Cub Scouting is 90 years old here in the United States.  That’s a pretty long time.  But for many...

Five Ways for Scouts BSA to keep Scouting through COVID-19

For Scouts who are used to meeting, camping, and learning together every week, social distancing may be proving difficult. And if you...

Three Tips for Commissioners During Pandemic

The coronavirus does not have to stop Scouting units from performing service and working on Scouting Awards. Listed here are a few ideas to help.

Do Your Good Turn During the Pandemic

Doing good turns from home while waiting for schools to open back up, Scouts can still “Do a Good Turn Daily” …and the Good Turn is after all our slogan.

Become a Scouting Ambassador—Change the World

Are you looking for ways to give back to your community? You should consider volunteering for the Boy Scouts of America as a Scouting...

Report to the Nation: Exceptional Youth Represent the Value of Scouting

Every year, the Boy Scouts of America reflects on the best and the brightest. This comes in the form of a report from 12...

#ScoutingAtHome Tips for Unit Leaders

Through the Coronavirus uncertainty, Scouting continues—just in a different way. Scouts, parents, and leaders across the world are adjusting how they do...

Cub Scouting Can Keep Kids Active and Learning in Social Isolation

It’s 2020 and Cub Scouting is 90 years old here in the United States.  That’s a pretty long time.  But for many...

Why are we asking Scouters to ride a backward bicycle?

We recently had a colleague show us a video about an engineer, Destin Sandlin, trying to learn how to ride a bicycle...

Scout Ambassador Toolchest: Why Should Churches Charter Units with BSA? (Part...

Scouting has always had "duty to God" as a major tenant of its philosophy, and to encourage Scouts to grow stronger in their own faith, religious groups have developed religious emblems approved by the Boy Scouts of America for use in pack, troop, and crew programs.

Black Bean Lamb Chili with Cocoa Mole; S’mores on the Side...

This award-winning recipe, uses cocoa for the taste of mole and paired with lamb is a winner on any campout or at pack meeting, especially with s'mores on the side.

GORP Has Its Day!

Gorp can be a mix of granola, mixed nuts, hard candy, and chocolate candies. It was designed to do one thing: stave off hunger on the trail.