- This article is about the magazine published by the Boy Scouts of America. For the magazine of the same name published by The Scout Association in the UK, see Scouting magazine (The Scout Association).
Cover of the May–June 2012 issue
|Editorial Director||Michael Goldman|
|Senior Editor||Bryan Wendell|
|Associate Editor||Gretchen Sparling|
|Frequency||Five times a year: January–February, March–April, May–June, September–October, and November–December|
|First issue||April 15, 1913|
|Company||Boy Scouts of America|
|Based in||Irving, Texas|
Scouting magazine is a five-times-a-year publication of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The target audience is adult leaders of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturers. It carries news on Scouting events, articles on aspects of Scouting such as service, outdoor skills and activities, and features about Scouting activities. It has been in publication since April 15, 1913. A subscription is included in the registration fee for all volunteer leaders registered with the BSA.
Recurring content includes: Feature articles, Trailhead, What I've Learned, Advancement FAQs, Cub Scout Corner, Nature of Boys, What Would You Do?, Merit Badge Clinic, Ethics, Great Gear, Health & Wellness, Survive This!, Fuel Up, Dutch Treat, Boys' Life Preview, and Cool Camp.
- Scouting, official Web site
- Bryan on Scouting, official blog
- Scouting, archives
- Scouting archives at Ten Mile River Scout Museum
- Scouting at Google Books
- Scouting archives at the Portal to Texas History
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