Take as many Outdoor Trainings in your Council as you can. Learn the in's and out's and the whys and wherefores of Outdoor Training.
Become a delegate to the 2014 National Council Session. Find out the deadline, and apply before that.
Attend your Service Unit Meetings and speak up for Outdoor Programs there. Let your fellow Girl scout Member-Volunteers know how you feel about it. Email them too. Invite them to the Facebook page.
Take Leader or Volunteer training so you can offer Outside activities for troops like Hiking, Letterboxing, Geocaching, Teams Course, High Ropes, etc.
Help teach the current Skill-Building badges at troop meetings.
Learn about the Girl Scout camps in your area.
Come up with an Outdoor Journey Example for Betsy to post at the site, or on the Facebook page for other troops to use, change, or share.
Get trained and offer Outdoor Trainings to other leaders and volunteers.
Talk about the importance of Outdoor Program on a blog or website.
Have a Beautification Day at a camp.
Teach enrichment classes like Songs, Games, Outdoor Cooking, Sailing, Canoeing, Crafts, etc. that can be used at camp.
Organize an outdoor event to earn current Skill-Building badges for the Outdoors.
Find out who offers Outdoor classes and make a list of them. Put this list on a blog or website.
Write a letter to your Board of Directors.
Go to your Annual Meeting and talk up Outdoor Program and the Outdoor Journey Project.
Become an Annual Meeting delegate for your Council.
Advertise for Girl Scouting and for Adventuring in neighborhood teen spaces.
Document the outdoor activities in your Council. See what other Councils offer.
Make a map or brochure for your local camp to increase interest.
Recruit Girl Scouts and leaders for an Adventurers Group that offers adventure-based programming for middle school and high school students.
Find out more about current Girl Scout Program. See how it can be offered in the Outdoors.
Have your troop "sponsor" a building at camp.