Community Education

Community Education

“Lost But Found, Safe and Sound” Program

TSAR teaches a lost in the woods program to youth groups, clubs, and to Scouting organizations.

This program is free and focused on our youth ages 5 -12 years old. However, it is informative and available to any age group. The program includes a fifteen minute VHS video so a TV/VCR will be required.

This instructional period is intended to give youth the basic skills and knowledge of what to do if they become lost in a wilderness environment. There have been many cases of children becoming separated during family outings, camp events or lost while playing in the woods.

Do you and your child know what to do if you become separated on a hike? What would be essentials to carry with you on a day in the mountains or a walk in the city park? We can provide you with this information. We can help you and your family stay safe.

Interested in having a “Lost but Found, Safe and Sound” program for your organization at no cost? Contact us for more information.

“Lost But Found, Safe and Sound” Survival Needs for 24-hours

  • Pack, or “fanny pack”
  • Water / water bottle
  • Shelter / rain protection (garbage bag)
  • Whistle
  • Flashlight
  • Nutritional item (snack bar, trial mix)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Bandana (bright color)


Search and Rescue Merit Badge 

Is your Scout Troop interested in earning the Search and Rescue merit badge? Let us know if you are!  We will provide this training free of charge to scouts!