Scout store – hug-a-tree


The hug-a-tree program is safety program made available through the NASAR.

The program was started in the early 80’s after a young boy in Southern California was lost. After 4 days, the body of the boy was recovered. Two of the SAR members came together, and created the hug-a-tree program. To teach children how the can be prepared, and how they should act. So, that if they are lost, they will have a greater chance of survival.

So, if you are a pack, troop, church group or school. We highly recommend, having someone present the hug-a-tree program to both the youth and their parents.

Some items from the videos.

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