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World Conservation Award Requirements

Cub & Webelos Scouts | Boy Scouts & Varsity Scouts | Venturers & Sea Scouts

Cub Scouts & Webelos Scouts

Wolf Cub Scout Requirements:

  1. Complete achievement #7 - Your Living World
  2. Complete all Arrow Points in two of the following 3 Electives:
    #13 - Birds
    #15 - Grow Something
    #19 - Fishing
  3. Participate in a den or pack conservation project.
    
May be earned only once.
 

Bear Cub Scout Requirements:

  1. Complete Achievement #5 - Sharing Your World with Wildlife
  2. Complete all requirements in two of the following 3 Electives:
    #2 - Weather
    #12 - Nature Crafts
    #15 - Water & Soil Conservation
  3. Participate in a den or pack conservation project.

Webelos Scout Requirements:

  1. Earn Forester Activity Badge
  2. Earn Naturalist Activity Badge
  3. Earn Outdoorsman Activity Badge
  4. Participate in a den or pack conservation project.

Boy Scouts & Varsity Scouts

Earn these merit badges:

  1. Environmental Science
  2. Soil & Water Conservation or Fish & Wildlife Management
  3. Citizenship in the World

May be earned only once.

Venturers & Sea Scouts

  • Complete the Ecology Elective for the Ranger Award:
    1. Explain the basic natural systems, cycles, and changes over time and how they are evidenced in a watershed near where you live. Include the four basic elements, land use patterns, and at least six different species in your analysis and how they have changed over time. Discuss both biological and physical components.
    2. Describe at least four environmental study areas near where you live. Include the reasons for selecting these areas, their boundaries, user groups, past inventories, any outside forces that interact with them, and a list of what things could be studied at each of them.
    3. Plan a field trip to each of the above areas, including detailed plans for conducting various investigations. Follow all of the requirements such as trip permits, safety plans, transportation plans, equipment needs, etc.
      1. Under the guidance of a natural resources professional, carry out an investigation of an ecological subject approved by your Advisor. Inventory and map the area. Conduct a detailed investigation providing specific data for a specific topic.
      2. Document and present your findings to your crew, another crew, a Cub or Boy Scout group, or another group.
    4. Teach others in your crew, another crew, a Cub or Boy Scout group, or another group how to carry out an ecological investigation. Use steps 3 and 4 above with the group so that they may also learn by doing.

    (Check this link for current Ecology Elective requirements)
     
  • Show the relationships of global events and conditions, both political and environmental, to the areas that you described in steps 1 and 2 above.
  • Determine how conditions in your local area also appear in other areas around the world.
  • Describe some of the interrelationships between people and our natural resources that affect our global environment.
  • Teach others in your crew, another crew, a Cub Scout or Boy Scout group, or another group about the interconnectivity that we all have with each other and our environment.

May be earned only once.


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