Opportunity For Service Hours

You could help create wetlands in Exploration Green  a 200-acre conservation, recreation and flood-detention park just north of the Johnson Space Center (at the old Clear Lack City (CLC) Golf Course). Planting wetland plants will improve the water quality in our Clear Lake environment, and will also reduce flooding in the Clear Lake area. They’re going to plant hundreds—even thousands—of native wetland plants around the phase 1 detention lake. The next wetland-planting days are on 13 & 27 May.  Work begins at 9 a.m. and ends at noon. Bring your energy—and don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty! (You can find parking on the street near 1800 Reseda, Houston, 77062.)

To learn more about Exploration Green, click here or visit our Facebook page.

Boy Scout Camp At Camp Karankawa

 Enjoy a week-long adventure with swimming, canoeing, hiking, welding, campfires, and much more. Try something new and earn Merit Badges too!  You even have the opportunity to participate in a 4-day, 3-night trek down the San Bernanrd river.  
If you want to sign up for the whole week, be aware that you’ll probably have to sign up as a maverick ($175 per scout), since Troop 2322 leadership will likely still be recovering from the Camp Daniel Boone trip.  But if that sounds like too much to deal with, you also have the option to sign up for a 2-day merit badge option (for $100) or even just a 1-day merit badge option (for $50).
June 4 is the last day to register.  Don’t put it off until the last moment.

deadline for NYLT

we have a HARD DEADLINE COMING UP Thursday May 4th 2017 for National Youth Leadership Training this summer in BAC.

We need 30 Scouts signed up to make the course and we are very close BUT not
quite there yet.

NYLT is for scouts 13 and older, and First Class or above. It is a great,
fun leadership training program. If you have questions regarding the
program, ask in your troop.

So if your Scouts may be interested in signing up for NYLT and has been
hesitating about singing up for the course NOW is the time to sign up.

Merit Badge opportunities

Our area has a lot of programs for scouts, consider making one of them part
of your scout’s summer plans. This can be a great opportunity for scouts
not attending summer camp to earn merit badges.

Moody Gardens, Pleasure Pier, Houston Museum of Science, Bay Area Council,
and others all have great programs available. It can be a lot of fun for
scouts, when they team up with other scouts to attend program.

Please be advised that we do not accept merit badges from the Houston Health
Museum, due to program deficiencies.

For more details go to this website.

Summer Camp 2014 – Buffalo Trails Scout Ranch

Troop 2322 will be having summer camp at Buffalo Trails Scout Ranch from June 21 – June 28.


BTSR is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Davis Mountains in West Texas, this 9,320-acre ranch is one of America’s premier High-Adventure council camps. The camp is nationally recognized and fully accredited by the Boy Scouts of America. In operation since 1947, this beautiful ranch has met the needs of Scouts, Scouters, and their families for over 50 years.

The fun and adventure of camping for a week with friends is a priceless experience for a Scout. BTSR camp fees are kept low because of volunteers and donations. Every Scout attends the Buffalo Trail Scout Ranch (BTSR) because of the generosity of our financial donors and local United Way support.

See the Attached for additional program information and the Merit Badge offerings.

Leader’s Guide

Merit Badge Program