Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate

 

The Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate serves as the local council's point person for facilitating Leave No Trace training and similar outdoor ethics programs for BSA youth and adults. Leave No Trace training enriches the Scouting experience for the members, reduces our impact on the land consistent with Scouting's historic message, and will help ensure continuing access to public lands for Scouting purposes. The Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate should coordinate with the Council's Training, Camping, Conservation and/or Program Committees. Where appropriate, the Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate may also serve on one or more of these committees. Training as a Leave No Trace Master Educator or Trainer is preferred, but not required.

 

Responsibilities of the Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate