Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award Patch
Outdoor Ethics Awards


Guided by the Outdoor Code and Leave No Trace, millions of Scouts have enhanced their awareness of the natural world around them, minimizing impact to the land. For Scouts who have a deep interest in the outdoors, nature, and the environment, Scouting's outdoor ethics will give you an ever-deeper appreciation of the richness of the land and how we fit into it. If you are prepared to venture down the path of really becoming aware of your surroundings, of building the skills that will allow you to leave no trace on the land, then the Outdoor Ethics Awareness and Action Awards are for you.

The Awareness Award is the patch shown above.  The Action Award is a Name Tag, with a program device attached, shown below:

For more information, see the following brochures:


Outdoor Ethics Action Awards
Cub Scout Outdoor Action Award Name Tag Boy Scout Outdoor Action Award Name Tag Boy Scout Outdoor Action Award Name Tag Boy Scout Outdoor Action Award Name Tag
Cub Scouting Boy Scouting Varsity Scouting Venturing

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