A couple of historical guidebooks and films from Boy Scout canoe bases have recently been shared online. If you're interested in bushcraft, traditional outdoors techniques, or BSA history, you don't want to miss these finds!
The temps are expected to drop to negative numbers this weekend—perfect weather for Winter Camping School at Camp Tomahawk! If you're a Scouter looking for new Winter camping skills, check out the BSA's Winter Camping School!
U.K.-based Paul Kirtley is one of the few at the top of my list of bushcraft aficionados. His experience, knowledge, skills, and excitement for outdoor adventure and bushcraft is contagious and inspiring. Check out my recent interview with Paul!
I recently had the opportunity to talk with friend and mentor Rob Kesselring about his guiding and canoeing experiences on distant wilderness adventures. He's a well-known guide, author, and speaker, and I'm excited to kick off our Around the Campfire series of interviews with such a seasoned outdoorsman!
Since the late 60s, Bob has spent every Summer on long voyages exploring the waterways of the far north. Before you take off on your next canoe trip, learn what this seasoned canoeist has to say about making each trip successful!
One of the toughest awards a Boy Scout can earn, Hornaday award recipients have accomplished some amazing wildlife conservation projects! Learn more about the Hornaday and the projects that earned its recognition.