|Hornaday Awards||Mercer Area District|
HORNADAY AWARDS PROGRAM
The goal of this program is to encourage and recognize significant contributions to natural resource conservation and environmental protection by Scouting Units and Individuals.
Scouting Units: Packs, Troops, Teams, or Crews.
Individuals: Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers, or adult Scouters.
|The William T. Hornaday Awards Program|
|The Seven Types Of Awards|
|Applications And Nomination Forms|
Hornaday Awards that use an application (Unit Award, Badge, Bronze Medal, or Silver Medal) require a Conservation Adviser. Currently there are two people in Bucks County Council who serve as Conservation Advisers:
Gail is an environmentalist working in the Bucks County Park System. She would be happy to work with any Scout to pursue a Hornaday award. She also is on the Tohpendel Advancement Commitee, so she can handle Eagle Scout Service Projects as well.
Vince is the longtime chair of the Bucks Council Camping Committee.
Mercer Area District Advancement Page
This page last revised on Apr-22-2014