Why won’t 2019 Scoutrees crests be free? (FAQ)

In order to make it easier for Groups to get Scoutrees crests, they will be available through the Scout Shop beginning in 2019. The Scout Shop has the expertise to effectively serve Scouts Canada’s members both in person and online. The price attached to Scoutrees crests will contribute to the Scout Shop’s ability to provide this […]

How does Scoutrees relate to the World Brotherhood Fund? (FAQ)

In the past, a portion of funds raised in the name of Scoutrees was contributed to the World Brotherhood Fund. Beginning in 2019, Groups will retain 100% of funds raised to support their Scoutrees planting events and other Scouting adventures. Scouts Canada will continue to operate the World Brotherhood Fund in support of international service […]

How does Scoutrees relate to Scout Popcorn? (FAQ)

Both Scoutrees and Scout Popcorn are considered official Scouts Canada fundraisers. All Groups are encouraged to participate in both of these activities. While the Scout Popcorn campaign is exclusively a fundraiser, Scoutrees should be regarded first and foremost as an environmental service project; money raised in the name of Scoutrees should be used to cover […]

Can we take part in Scoutrees without fundraising? (FAQ)

Absolutely! The Scoutrees program should never be a financial burden, so Groups are encouraged to fundraise in support of expenses related to participation in the program. If, however, a Group has an opportunity to plant trees with the help of a landowner or partner who will cover the expenses relating to Scoutrees, then there is […]

What if youth don’t want to participate in Scoutrees? (FAQ)

The Canadian Path is a youth-led program. Scoutrees should be considered an optional part of The Canadian Path program, but Sections should have it in mind when planning their spring adventures. Whether or not a Section takes part in Scoutrees is up to the youth. A balanced program includes adventures for all of the Program […]

How can youth get involved in planning a Scoutrees event? (FAQ)

Scoutrees should be considered an optional part of the Canadian Path program, but Sections should have it in mind when planning their spring adventures. A balanced program includes adventures for all of the Program Areas, and Scoutrees is a great Citizenship (or Environment & Outdoors) activity. Scouters should allow senior youth (such as Venturer Scouts) […]

Scoutrees Report Form (Page)

Scoutrees Online Report Form Please use this short report form to share some details of your Scoutrees planting event. Your information will help Scouts Canada grow our Scoutrees campaign. Thank you!