Web Links
These are links to national websites with information that local Scouters should find helpful.  Some of these are BSA authored, and some are not.   Remember that being on the web doesn't guarantee the information is accurate, so double check anything that's on a non-BSA site against official information before taking it as correct.
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1 Forms Leaders Will Need
leaders are always needing forms; uniform inspection, quality unit, tour permits, etc. This is where you can find them.
2 National Council
The home page of the Boy Scouts of America National Council. Lots of official information, links you might need, and fresh news on the front page.
3 Guide to Safe Scouting
An absolute "must read" for every Scouter, regardless of their unit type or their level of involvement with their unit.
4 Merit Badge Dot Com
Probably everything a Scout or a Scouter might need to know about Boy Scout merit badges, programs, requirements, etc. The best resource outside the actual merit badge book itself (which is, of course, alwasy the best and most reliable source of information).
5 National Eagle Scout Association
The online home for Eagle Scouts. Stay in touch with your brothers nationwide.
6 Campfire Dude
All the basics of how to build a campfire, how to do it safely, how to do it with and without matches, how to do it when the woods are wet, and some campfire magic to boot. A good, fun site that might shed a little light on our old friend, the campfire.
7 MacScouter
MacScouter has been an online Scouter refence site for at least 15 years, with pages devoted to pow-wows, skits, songs, campfires, stories, ceremonies, and lots of other stuff you won;t find anywhere else.
8 National Jamboree 2010 Website
Our council is sending a contingent to the 100th anniversary, 2010 National Jamboree. Troop 1523 will be our contingent, and this link takes you to the official BSA jamboree website.
9 National Order of the Arrow Site
The Order of the Arrow is Scouting's national honor society. Our local lodge is Watonala Lodge, and this is the site for the national group.
10 Wood Badge Dot Org
This is not an official BSA site, but it's the closest we have to a national Wood Badge training site.