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THE 7 PRINCIPLES


1 Plan ahead and prepare. 2 Travel and camp on durable surfaces.


3 Dispose of waste properly. 4 Leave what you find. 5 Minimize campfire impacts. 6 Respect wildlife. 7 Be considerate of other visitors.


challenge Scouts and Venturers to justify their choices. After the game, discuss some of


these questions, choosing the ones that seem most appropriate for your Scouts’ age: fWe’ve talked about some distaste- ful actions. Why do you think people take those actions? What would be better alternatives to each one of them?


fDo you think anybody from our pack/troop/crew committed any of those actions on this outing (or on our most recent outing)?


fIn which ways did we do a good job of following Leave No Trace principles on this outing (or on our most recent outing)?


fOn a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate our behavior on this outing (or on our most recent outing)? How would you rate your own behavior?


fLeave No Trace principles are guidelines, not rules. What’s the difference? Why are the principles not presented as rules?


fDo you think one of the seven Leave No Trace principles is more important than the others? If so, which one and why?


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fDo you think one of the seven Leave No Trace principles is less important than the others? If so, which one and why?


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fSome argue that the best way to Leave No Trace would be to stay out of natural areas altogether. Do you agree or disagree? Why? ¿


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