Feb 28, 2013 - Ashley Wilcock
How many hours has to be worked in order for the boys to receive the award?
Feb 28, 2013 - Scouter Paul
Ashley - There is no requirement for a certain number of hours.
Feb 28, 2013 - Yukon Jack
My cub scout pack uses this unit award as sort of a "mini-Hornaday" for projects that are only one day. Examples include a 6-hour project clearing and restoring park trails after a snow/ice storm and 5-hours planting trees in the state capitol's parkland. It gives the unit an award recognition certificate and the boys a temporary insignia award patch without having to send Hornaday nominations past council to national. When we do multi-day/detailed planning projects, then we use the Hornaday Unit Certificate.
Mar 13, 2013 - Ashley
Oct 05, 2013 - DL Mike
My pack is planning on completing a Conservation project, some of the leadership want to apply this project towards the Conservation Good Turn Award, however I want to leverage for my den to earn the World Conservation Award. I like the world over the good turn because it requires not only the single project but also completion of several wolf electives and think that it helps improve attendence and involvement in our den activities. So I am interested in thoughts about this, can a pack service a single project and have it applied to seperate awards at the den level?
Oct 05, 2013 - Scouter Paul
@Mike - If the project meets the requirements, I see no reason why scouts in your den couldn't use it differently.
I would not be comfortable counting the single project towards multiple awards, if it were me.
Oct 06, 2013 - Matt
@ DL Mike - My thoughts would be if the pack is all in it together the CGT award would be a good fit. Since the World Conservation award is geared different at each rank. Plus you can easily fit an outdoor belt loop in with the WC award at the same time.
Nov 13, 2013 - Jeff
I have permission from our neighborhoods Facility and Grounds Manager, to include the Proprietary, for my Den to clean the pond, woods, and open field in our neighborhood that is designated a wildlife area. An eagles nest was built and placed there this summer for an eagle project with the local Troop. Can we use this as our Conservation Good Turn event for the award since it has approval from the local Facility and Grounds Manager? Thanks
Jan 14, 2014 - Jeff
Do the adult leaders who lead their Cubs in this award qualify for it too? Like the Leave No Trace? I need to know to buy the appropriate amount of patches, and can't find this anywhere. Thanks for your help.
Jan 14, 2014 - Scouter Paul
@Jeff - Yes, adults that participate in the good turn can receive a patch, too.