Timely and complete incident reporting provides the BSA with an opportunity for analysis of incidents that occur and promotes continuous improvement of our programs. In our experience, the sooner a clear, concise, and complete incident report is made, the sooner that an appropriate response to the incident can occur.
Each of the Connecticut Rivers Council's camps has something special to offer your group. After you click the button below, click the CRC Camps menu to see what is available for your outdoor adventure. From Cabins to tent sites, dining halls to program equipment. Make your next Scouting Adventure special with our rentals options
Scouts: All Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and Venture crews can utilize the camps for hiking, camping, fishing, and a variety of other activities.
Non-Scouts: Non-Scout groups (i.e. groups not representing registered individuals in the Boy Scouts of America) may want to consider utilizing our camps for their next retreat or camping adventure. Several types of indoor facilities are available as well as rustic campsites.
This is an all virtual event. The College of Commissioner Science is a type of annual commissioner conference modeled after college courses and degrees. The purpose is to provide ongoing practical training for all commissioners. Over 10 courses will be offered IN A VIRTUAL SETTING. Be prepared for meaningful training, good fellowship, and information on the latest Scouting developments.
NYLT(National Youth Leadership Training) is BSA’s premier youth leadership development program at the Council level. It’s an exciting 6-day program designed for youth to learn leadership skills that will help them succeed in Scouting and in life.
Here in the Connecticut Rivers Council, we are preparing to send a contingent down to the Summit for the 2023 National Jamboree. Check out the main page where the National Jamboree Head Quarters is located.
Spring is coming soon and we hope you'll join us to celebrate the season on our April 2nd Scout Day! Immerse yourself in the signs and sounds of nature and learn about how early New Englanders used natural resources. Visit the farm and the new spring lambs, chat with skilled artisans as they demonstrate their trades, and so much more.
Registration is now open for hands-on workshops like Play with Clay, Outdoor Art, Whittle a Little, Make Seed Balls, Shelter Building, and more. Workshop space is limited and registration is required.
Is your unit low on funds? The Council is continuing its partnership with Trinity Solar. They have agreed to donate $50 dollars to the unit for every qualified consultation that comes from your unit. In addition on an installation the unit will receive $500 dollars and the Council will receive $500.