Conservation in Northeastern Colorado / Western Nebraska / Southeastern Wyoming
Instilling values in young people and preparing them to make ethical choices throughout their lifetime is the mission of the Boy Scouts of America.
As an American, I will do my best to
Be clean in my outdoor manners
Be careful with fire
Be considerate in the outdoors, and
BSA Outdoor Code
The BSA’s Outdoor Ethic is summarized in the Outdoor Code. Scouting has adopted the Principles of Leave No Trace to build upon the ethic in the Outdoor Code and to provide more specific outdoor use guidelines and skills.
The Longs Peak Council has a rich tradition of stewardship and awareness of our wonderful outdoor resources. We encourage this tradition with a Conservation program that includes Awards, Grants, Projects, Resources, Scholarships, and Training. Use the Conservation menu to learn all about our program. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Karl Brown, our Conservation Committee Chairman.
BDSR Forestry Day – April 14, 2018
Webelos and Boy Scouts can spend a day at camp and earn their Forestry badges. The CSU Foresty education students will be leading the group to get them through the requirements, Boy Scouts will begin at 10 AM and Webelos will begin at 11 AM and all will be done by 4 PM. Cost is $4 per Scout, payable at the door. Bring a sack lunch.
For more information contact Bob Sturtevant at email@example.com
To register, send the following information to CampRegistration@longspeakbsa.org
- Name of Scout
- Troop or Pack
- Unit Number
Registration deadline is April 4, 2018.
For Further Reading
The Boy Scout Handbook
12th Edition #34554
BSA’s first GREEN Scout Handbook!
Check out chapter #7 for Leave No Trace Details
4th Edition #33104
Section #2 is about “Leaving No Trace”
Chapter #34 is entitled “Being Good Stewards of Our Resources
The Conservation Handbook
This great resource is now out of print.
If you can get your hands on a copy it is very helpful to Scouts planning conservation projects.