Links

First Aid

 

 

www.survival-center.com/firstaid
I really enjoyed this site. It has many first aid instruction and procedure's. This site will tell you just about everything you wanted to know about: bleeding, breathing, heart, heat and cold emergency's, poisoning, strokes, fractures, eye injures and much, much more. I highly recommend this site for any first aid needs.

www.depts.washington.edu/learncpr
This is a very good site for learning CPR. It's very easy to learn with the animated illustrations.This site also has videos you can download, the history of CPR, and even a test, to test your CPR skills.

 


Pioneering

 



www.realknots.com
Here it is! Every knot you can think of (yes boys, even the neck tie).

www.arkie.net/scouting/Knots
A good number of links about tying knots. Many of the sites listed have animation's for tying basic knots.

 


Backpacking

 

 

http://www.scoutingthenet.com/Camping/
Tips on camping, cooking, safety and clothing. Also, detailed list on what to take on backpacking or camping trips.

www.backpacking.net
"If you engage in backpacking, at some point, you may consider packing a lighter load. That consideration was the main reason this website was created, and it continues to be it's primary focus."

 

Orienteering

 

 

www.uio.no/~kjetikj/compass
A lot of links about map and compass, also does a good job on explaining how map and compasses work. Lots of helpful stuff on this site.

www.members.tripod.com/~BFarns/index-compass.html
Put together by a Scout, this site provides links to many map and compass sites.

www.topozone.com
Download any topographical map in the U.S. for free.

 

Miscellaneous

 

www.pinetreeweb.com/B-P.htm
Anything and everything you wanted to know about Badden Powell, all on one website.

www.usscouts.org
Mass amounts of scouting history, skills, ceremonies, etc.

http://www.eaglescout.org
This site is dedicated to helping scouts become eagle scouts. This site also has Eagle Scout history and things to help prepair for your eagle board of review.

www.ctrivers.org

This is the CT Rivers Council website.

http://www.meritbadge.com
Has the updated requirements for all the merit badges, also has very useful forms for each badge. Don't do a merit badge without it.

Scoutmasters Conference

How to run a scoutmaster's conference

http://scoutmaster.org/usscouts/boyscouts/smconf.asp

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