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LEAVE NO TRACE


GUIDELINES 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 impact. 6. Respect wildlife. 7. Be considerate of other visitors.


Does the fact that Nate was violating other Leave No Trace principles earlier in the day weaken his argument? Why or why not?


The troop’s campsite is in a national forest. Does that setting make a difference in what the PLC decides? Why or why not?


What if the setting were a Scout camp? A state park? Private prop- erty (used with permission)?


The first principle of Leave No Trace is “Plan ahead and prepare.” Could the troop have avoided this situation if they’d been better pre- pared? Explain.


When you have to choose between two positive values (in this case, Leave No Trace or the comfort of the troop members), how do you choose?


Next Steps Now, take the situation further. Invite your Scouts or Venturers to role-play the PLC’s discussion and come to a decision about building the campfire. When they’ve reached a decision, discuss these questions: How does your decision support Jon’s concern about Leave No Trace?


How does your decision support Nate’s concern about the Scouts’ well-being?


What did you learn from this dilemma? ¿


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