RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE OUTDOOR ETHICS GUIDE

THE OUTDOOR ETHICS GUIDE PERFORMS SOME OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: 

Trains others:
  • Explains to Scouts the relevant requirements for the Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class ranks.

  • Demonstrates how to practice the Outdoor Code, and the Leave No Trace and Tread Lightly! principles to meet advancement requirements.

Provides leadership:
  • Helps the troop plan and conduct an outdoor program that effectively practices outdoor ethics.

  • Mentors den chiefs in the Outdoor Code and practicing Leave No Trace Principles for Kids.

  • Helps Life Scouts understand, plan, and carry out activities or projects meeting conservation service hour requirements.

Supports recognition:
  • Encourages Scouts and leaders to complete the Outdoor Ethics Awareness and Action awards.

Completes self-evaluation:
  • Uses tools to evaluate how well he carried out the responsibilities of outdoor ethics guide.


You can download the Outdoor Ethics Guide Handbook, here.