Calling all Boy Scouts! Lend a hand and earn the Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger Patch
Scouts that participate in educational programs and or volunteer service projects at national park sites can:
″ Gain a better understanding of the National Park Service mission and conserving the nation's natural, cultural and historic resources.
″ Explore the national parks.
″ Practice good citizenship and kindness.
In recognition of your resource stewardship activities, Scouts are awarded patches for their participation.
1. Take part in organized educational programs or volunteer service projects for a minimum of ten (10) hours at one or more national park sites.
2. Scouts will be awarded a patch upon reporting their completion of the program requirements to the park's Volunteer Program Coordinator at e-mail us.
3. Scouts are encouraged to share their experience by sending an e-mail and photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Scouts are also encouraged to submit a short narrative to the BSA Good Turn for America website describing their participation and lessons learned.
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The Scout Ranger program is cooperative effort between the National Park Service (NPS) and the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). It is a component of the BSA umbrella initiative Good Turn for America which encourages young people to "Do a Good Turn Daily" (special thoughtful acts of kindness), help other people and participate in community service