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1 BSA Outdoor Awards

2 So many awards, so little time Totin Chip Firem n Chit World Conservation Award 50-miler Hornaday Awards (7) National Outdoor Badges (7) Aquatics (7) Historic Trails High Adventure (4) Paul Bunyan Woodsman Outdoor Ethics (3) Complete Angler Recognition Keep America Beautiful/Hometown USA Conservation Good Turn Certificate

3 Totin Chip Read and understand woods tools use and safety rules from the Boy Scout Handbook. Demonstrate proper handling, care, and use of the pocket knife, ax, and saw. Use knife, ax, and saw as tools, not playthings. Respect all safety rules to protect others. Respect property. Cut living and dead trees only with permission and good reason. Subscribe to the Outdoor Code.

4 Firem n Chit I have read and understand use and safety rules from the Boy Scout Handbook. I will build a campfire only when necessary and when I have the necessary permits (regulations vary by locality). I will minimize campfire impacts or use existing fire lays consistent with the principles of Leave No Trace. I will check to see that all flammable material is cleared at least 5 feet in all directions from fire (total 10 feet). I will safely use and store fire-starting materials. I will see that fire is attended to at all times. I will make sure that water and/or shovel is readily available. I will promptly report any wildfire to the proper authorities. I will use the cold-out test to make sure the fire is cold out and will make sure the fire lay is cleaned before I leave it. I follow the Outdoor Code, the Guide to Safe Scouting, and the principles of Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly!

5 World Conservation Award Earn Environmental Science or Sustainability Merit Badge Earn Soil and Water Conservation or Fish and Wildlife Conservation Merit Badge Earn Citizenship in the World Merit Badge Participate in a conservation project as a part of an approved Scouting program totaling at least three hours that addresses a conservation need common to more than one country.

6 50-miler Afoot or Afloat Cover a distance of not less than 50 consecutive miles Take a minimum of 5 days to cover the 50 miles (without the aid of motors) Pack animals may be used Complete 10 hours of conservation work (If possible, during the trek, but similar work may be done close to home

7 Hornaday Awards There are seven levels or types of Hornaday awards Unit Award (by nomination or application, Council) Badge (Earned, Youth, Council) Bronze Medal (Earned, Youth, National) Silver Medal (Earned, Youth, National) Gold Badge (by nomination, Adult, Council) Gold Medal (by nomination, Adult, National) Gold Certificate (by nomination, National)

8 Hornaday Awards Badge Hornaday Merit Badges First Class Scout Five merit badges from designated list (3 Primary, 2 Elective) One Significant Project Bronze Medal Six merit badges (Environ. Sci. plus 3 other Primary, 2 Elective) Three Significant Projects Silver Medal All the Primary merit badges and 3 Elective Four Significant Projects Primary-Energy, Environmental Science, Fish & Wildlife Management, Forestry, Public Health, Soil & Water Conservation Elective-Atomic Energy, Bird Study, Fishing, Gardening, Geology, Insect Study, Landscape Architecture, Mammal Study, Nature, Oceanography, Plant Science, Pulp & Paper, Reptile & Amphibian Study, Weather Project Areas-Energy Conservation, Soil & Water Conservation, Fish & Wildlife Management, Forestry & Range Management, Air & Water Pollution Control, Recycling, Hazardous Materials, Invasive Species

9 National Outdoor Awards Camping Hiking Aquatics Conservation Riding Adventure National Medal for Outdoor Achievement

10 National Outdoor Awards Camping First Class Scout (Sea Scout Apprentice or Venturing Ranger Award reqs 1-6) Complete Camping MB, and 2 of 3 of Cooking, First Aid, or Pioneering MB Complete 25 days and nights of camping (including 6 consecutive days/5 nights) Gold device for every 25 additional night, Silver device for each 100 additional night Hiking First Class (Sea Scout Apprentice or Venturing Ranger Award reqs 1-6) Complete Hiking MB or Backpacking MB and Orienteering MB or Geocaching MB Complete 100 miles of hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing, or XC skiing Gold device for each additional 50 miles, Silver device for each additional 200 miles

11 National Outdoor Awards (Con t) Aquatics First Class Scout Complete Swimming and Lifesaving MB s Complete the Mile Swim BSA Award Complete one of the following MB s-canoeing, Fishing, Fly-Fishing, Kayaking, Rowing, Scuba Diving, Small-Boat Sailing, Water Sports, or Whitewater merit badges Complete 50 hours of swimming, canoeing, fishing, fly-fishing, kayaking, rowing, scuba, small-boat sailing, standup paddleboarding, water sports, or whitewater activity Gold device for 25 additional hours and Silver device for each additional 100 hours

12 National Outdoor Awards (Con t) Conservation First Class Scout Demonstrate the safe use of five conservation tools (pick/pickax, shovel/spade, ax, bowsaw, crosscut saw, prybar, sledge hammer, loppers/shears, fire rake/mcleod, Pulaski). Discuss the ethical use of the tools. Complete Environmental Science or Sustainability MB, Soil & Water Conservation MB, and one of the following-fish & Wildlife Management, Forestry, or Mammals Complete 25 hours of conservation work Gold device for each additional 25 hours and Silver device for each additional 100 hours Riding First Class Scout Complete either Cycling, Horsemanship, Motorboating or Skating MB Complete 200 miles of riding activities (cycling, stock riding, motor boating, mountain boarding, snowmobiling, or ATV/PWC) Gold device for each additional 100 miles and Silver device for each additional 400 miles

13 National Outdoor Awards (Con t) Adventure First Class Scout Completed Wilderness Survival, Search & Rescue or Emergency Prep MB Complete 10 of any combination of the following adventure activities Backpacking trip lasting 3+ days and covering 20 miles w/o food resupply Canoeing, rowing, or sailing lasting 3+ days and covering 50 miles w/o food resupply Whitewater trip lasting 2+ days and covering 20 miles w/o food resupply Climb on open rock that includes camping overnight (Climb on Safely) Earn National Historic Trails Award Earn 50-miler Award Attend national high-adventure base or nationally recognized local high-adventure program Gold device for each additional 5 activities and Silver device for each additional 20 activities

14 National Medal for Outdoor Achievement First Class Scout (or similar Venturer or Sea Scout) National Outdoor Badge for Camping with Silver device Earn any two additional Outdoor badges, each with two gold devices Complete Backpacking MB, Emergency Prep MB, and Wilderness Survival MB Complete 16-hour Wilderness First Aid Course Become a LNT Trainer Plan and Lead an outing for your troop, team, ship, crew patrol or squad in two of the following activity areas: hiking/backpacking, aquatics, or riding Complete at least one of the following: Plan and lead an adventure identified in the NOA for Adventure Successfully complete a season on a Council Summer Camp staff in an outdoor area

15 Aquatics BSA Board Sailing BSA Life Guard BSA Kayaking BSA Scuba BSA Snorkeling BSA Stand Up Paddleboarding Mile Swim

16 Historic Trails Locate a historic trail or site and study information relating to it. (The information may be obtained from an adult historic society, public library, or people living near the trail or site. To obtain a trail listing, contact the Outdoor Programs/Properties Department at ) Hike or camp two days and one night along the trail or in the vicinity of the site. Options include an area hotel or the home of other Scouts. Cooperate with an adult group such as a historic society to restore and mark all or part of this trail or site. (This may be done during the hike or overnight camp.) Or cooperate with such a group to plan and stage a historic pageant, ceremony, or other public event related to this trail or site such an event should be large enough to merit coverage by the local press.

17 High Adventure Philmont Northern Tier Florida Sea Base The Summit

18 Paul Bunyan Woodsman Award Show that you have earned the Totin' Chip. Help a Scout or patrol earn the Totin' Chip and demonstrate to him (them) the value of proper woods-tools use on a troop camping trip. With official approval and supervision do ONE of the following: Clear trails or fire lanes for 2 hours. Trim a downed tree, cut into 4-foot lengths and stack; make a brush (pile) with branches. Build a natural retaining wall or irrigation way to aid in a planned conservation effort.

19 Outdoor Ethics Boy Scout Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award Outdoor Ethics Action Award for Boy Scouts Boy Scouter Action Award (Adults)

20 Complete Angler Recognition Earn Fishing, Fly Fishing, and Fish & Wildlife Management MBs Complete one or more of the following projects Teach Fishing or Fly Fishing MB to your Troop, Crew or Team Help instruct Cub Scouts on fishing skills or fishery management Participate in a local fishing derby or tournament Complete a conservation project with will benefit a local fishery

21 Keep America Beautiful/Hometown USA Earn three merit badges for the following list: Cit/Community, Communication, Energy, Environmental Science, Fish & Wildlife Management, Forestry, Gardening, Geocaching, Landscape Architecture, Photography, Public Speaking, Soil & Water Conservation, and Sustainability Complete a Community Service Project-The project should involve a minimum of 8 hours and involve both planning and execution. The project should keep America beautiful and benefit the community either physically or financially

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