Jason Cruse (jcruse@SOCKET.NET)
Sat, 18 Jul 1998 13:24:51 -0500
Leave no trace, as policy, is hinted at in the handbook, but certainly isn't
specific, so you're fine there. However, some councils have adopted LNT as
a rule. We had LNT as part of our Fundamentals course and Woodbadge course
in the Denver Area Council. It was not presented as a good suggestion or
optional, but the way scouting is to be done in that area.
Here, in Missouri, everyone looks at me very strangely when my troop here
uses LNT practices. I guess it all depends on where you live (but a good
Jason A. Cruse
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From: Ellery S Meyers <esmeyers@JUNO.COM>
To: Multiple recipients of list SCOUTS-L <SCOUTS-L@TCUBVM.IS.TCU.EDU>
Date: Saturday, July 18, 1998 12:59 PM
Subject: Re: trenching
>Where is Leave No Trace written as Boy Scout policy?
>It is not in any training that I have had; Fast Start or Scoutmastership
>I'm not against it; I just think there should be a basis for accusing
>someone of violating Boy Scout "Policy."
>Steve Meyers - ORNL Engineer and Troop 133 ASM
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