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Preview: Paul R. Christen High Adventure Base

"Skateboarding, rock climbing and an unbelievably awesome activity called "bikepacking." At the Paul R. Christen High Adventure Base at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, Scouts choose their own adventure.

Immensely customizable, the Paul R. Christen base allows troops and crews to split into smaller groups when they arrive. So if you have two Scouts interested in shooting sports, three who want to try BMX and four into rappelling, the answers are: yes, yes and yes."

What is the Paul R. Christen base? Click here for more information.

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New Patrol Leader and Senior Patrol Leader Handbooks

These essential guides for Boy Scout†leaders have been updated for 2017. They include ready-to-use tips to help Boy Scouts†become†effective leaders at troop meetings and on the trail. Click here to read more.

ďThe new editions help patrol leaders and senior patrol leaders†lead more†skillfully. That means better leadership and more fun.Ē The books are $11.99, and you can buy them at your local Scout Shop or at ScoutStuff.org. Click here for Patrol Leader and Senior Patrol Leader.

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New Merit Badge - Exploration

This week the Boy Scouts of America officially released the Exploration merit badge, celebrating a Scoutís spirit of adventure. "After learning about the history and importance of exploration, Scouts plan, prepare for and go on an actual expedition. Scouts must plan and take a trip to somewhere of interest to them; it can be close by or far away. It can be a troop activity or a small-scale excursion."

"Once there, the Scout will study something. Maybe heíll analyze a locationís animal population, classify plant species at a state park or explore the effects of drought on an area. The primary goal is that the Scout learns something, plans the trip (with his counselorís OK) and has fun."

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New Boy Scout Requirements Mandatory

The new Boy Scout rank requirements are now in effect. As of January 1, 2017, all Boy Scouts - regardless of rank - must begin using the new Boy Scout requirements. Click here to see more.

The BSA established 2016 as a transition year, allowing Boy Scouts to choose whether to use the new requirements or finish up their current rank with the old ones. Now that itís 2017, every Boy Scout must use the new requirements.

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Scout Planning Worksheet

The BSA has released the Scout Planning Worksheet, a new tool that Scouts can use to plan patrol or troop activities. The goal is to build project-planning prowess that will benefit Scouts in their Eagle project, at school and in life. The goal was to give a boy familiarity with the planning process throughout his Scouting experience. See it at this link.

It will be integrated into the updated Senior Patrol Leaders Handbook, out soon, and will be included in Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops (ILST) and other appropriate Boy Scout literature as those come up for review.

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New World Conservation Award Requirements

The BSA National Conservation and Environment Task Force has announced new requirements for the Boy Scout World Conservation Award. The new requirements, which are now in effect, can be found at this link. The new requirements reflect the recent changes to the Cub Scout advancement program and the addition of the Eagle-required Sustainability merit badge in the Boy Scout program.

This is done by requiring that the youth applicant participate in a conservation project as part of an approved Scouting program. The project must total at least three hours and address a conservation need common to more than one country.

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