BSA Troop 33

Conservation

The Boy Scouts of America has a long history of championing the conservation of our natural resources. Scouts have ample opportunity to positively benefit the lands where they hike and camp. The BSA recently published a revised Conservation Handbook which can be found here.

There are numerous awards that scouts can earn which require conservation efforts. The Awards Appendix compiles the many awards with conservation service requirements offered by the national organization and local councils.
Click here to download the Conservation Awards Appendix.

    Next Meeting:
    Every Tuesday Night
    7PM to 8:15PM
    Except: July 17

    Next Campouts:
    Summer Camp
    Emerald Bay
    Jul 15-21

    Doheny Beach
    Family Campout
    Aug 25-26

    Next Committee Meeting:
    June 25

    Next Board of Review:
    July 10

    Next Court of Honor:
    December 4

    Service Projects:
    Family Promise Breakfast
    September 8
    6:30am to 10:30am
    Tustin Presbyterian Church
    Kitchen on the west side
    of the parking lot

    Next Fundraising:


    Year-round:
    1. Restaurant Nights
    (Check Shutterfly emails for flyers announcing location/time for these events)
    2. Recyclables
    (bring clean and separated aluminum cans and plastic bottles to any troop meeting)

    Special Announcements:

    Extra Special Fun:
    Watch the Glider Challenge Power Point.

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