Other Scouting Web Sites


  • U.S. Scouting Service Project
            An on-line community of volunteers serving Scouting through information technologies.
  • Scoutorama
            A site with lots of interesting stuff.
            Mike Barnard's up to date collection of national and international Wood Badge
            information. There is NO official BSA sponsored Wood Badge site.
  • The Wood Badge Store
            special creations for all critters.
  • Cimarron Art Gallery
            Just of the main drag, as you head toward Philmont, beautiful critters in authentic
            art forms.
  • The Quatermaster Store
            This site has a wide assortment of leather belts, hats, name badges, collectables
            and more.
  • Gillwell Park Store
           For those of you who can't get to London - use your credit card online or call
            internationally, search on "Wood Badge", use convenient "convert" tool
            to use U.S. Dollars.
  • 1st Gillwell Park Scout Group
           The origins of the Wood Badge and the Gilwell Scarf and Woggle make
             interesting reading and you can download more information about these items
             and why Wood Badge holders wear them.
  • The World Organization of the Scout Movement
            The World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) is a non-governmental
            international organization made up of 162 national Scout organizations who
            collectively account for 36 million members.[2] WOSM was established in 1922,[1]
            and has its headquarters at Geneva, Switzerland. It is the counterpart of the
            World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS).
  • Stillwater Kilts
           A small family-run business based in Bloomington, MN. Our goal is to
            provide a positive and affordable experience for the first-time kilt buyer, and to supply unique, reasonably-priced
            accessories that any kilt-wearer will appreciate.
  • The American Wood Badge Alumni
           The American Wood Badge Alumni is a group of volunteers who have completed
            Wood Badge Training. This group is part of Scouting Alumni & Friends at the national level.

            To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the first Wood Badge courses in the United States, the
            American Wood Badge Alumni has created a special service recognition that can only be earned
            during the Anniversary year. A commemorative certificate and special anniversary service patch will be available.


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