Outdoor Ethics Service Recognition Award

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Outdoor Ethics Service Recognition Award
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This namebadge replaces the Outdoor Ethics Action Award with the appropriate wording indicated below.
Created:January 1, 2013
Level:All Scouts


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The Outdoor Ethics Service Recognition Award identifies and recognizes those individuals who have taken leadership roles in Outdoor Ethics.

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Outdoor Ethics Service Recognition Award requirements

 

Outdoor Ethics Trainer

This recognition is presented to an individual who is at least 14 years of age and:

  1. Successfully completes the Leave No Trace Trainer course
  2. Conducts at least two BSA outdoor ethics orientation courses
  3. Completes at least one of the following:
    a. Conducts at least two Leave No Trace awareness workshops putting that training to use or
    b. if a Tread Trainer, conducts a TREAD awareness workshop and one Leave No Trace awareness workshop
  4. Submits training reports to the locla council Outdoor Ethics Advocate or other authorized individual at the local council.

This recognition is presented upon authorization from the Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate or other authorized individual at the local council level.

Outdoor Ethics Master

This recognition is presented to an individual who is at least 18 years of age and:

  1. Successfully completes one of the following:
    a. the Leave No Trace master Educator Course and instructs at least two BSA Leave No Trace Trainer courses or
    b. the Tread Lightly! master Tread Trainer course and the Leave No Trace Trainer course and assists in at least one BSA Leave No Trace Trainer course and instructs at least one Tread Trainer course
  2. Instructs two BSA outdoor ethics orientation courses
  3. Submits training reports to the local council Outdoor Ethics Advocate or other authorized individual at the local council.

This recognition is presented upon authorization from the Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate or other authorized individual at the local council level.

Outdoor Ethics Service

This recognition takes the form of an insignia on the outdoor ethics award name tag and is presented to any individual who completes one of the following:

  1. A one year term as a council outdoor ethics advocate, during which time the individual facilitated and recruited staff and instructors for three or more Trainer courses and submitted an Annual Progress Report to the national council or
  2. Is a youth serving in a unit position of responsibility with primary outdoor ethics responsibilities (such as an Instructor, Troop or Team Leave No Trace Trainer or crew officer with outdoor ethics responsibilities) who organized a six month or longer program of unit activities comprehensively addressing Leave No Trace, Tread Lightly! and/or Land Ethics principles or
  3. Staffs or leads 10 or more of any combination of the following: Leave No Trace Trainer or Master Educator courses, Tread Lightly! Trainer or Master Trainer courses, BSA outdoor ethics orientation courses, awareness workshops, or events with a significant Leave No Trace, Tread Lightly! or outdoor ethics focus, including non-BSA events.

This recognition is presented to adults upon authorization from the Scout Executive or designee upon the recommendation of the council outdoor ethics advocate or other authorized individual at the local council level. The recognition is presented to youth upon application by their unit leader.

Outdoor Ethics Advocate

This recognition is worn on the name badge during active service as a council outdoor ethics advocate, an area outdoor ethics advocate, regional outdoor ethics advocate, or national task force member.

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