The Redwood Rangers offers traditional scouting for everyone through the Baden-Powell Service Association (BPSA) locally in Humboldt County since 2017. You can learn more about the BPSA worldwide program by checking out their website; www.bpsa-us.org
The phrase, “traditional scouting” refers to a back-to-basics scouting movement based on the original principles and methods devised by scouting’s founder, Robert Baden-Powell.
The BPSA traditional scouting program is for youth and adults of all genders with open and progressive membership policies that disallow any and all discrimination. Our aim is to promote good citizenship, discipline, self-reliance, loyalty, and useful skills. We do not discriminate or exclude anyone on the basis of gender identity, race, nation of origin, religion (or no religion), sexual orientation, class, ability, or any other differentiating characteristics.
We organize monthly group meet ups that include camping, boating/rafting, service projects and skill building. Once a month, the smaller group programs meetup to connect and work on badges. You can view our calendar to stay updated on events. We also recommend following us on Facebook.