Trout in the Classroom
A great clip from “This American Land” featuring Trout in the Classroom.
Trout in the Classroom is a conservation-oriented, environmental education program that connects students to their local watershed. Throughout the spring students monitor and care for Lahontan Cutthroat Trout eggs, raising them from egg to fry, and eventually release them into an approved nearby stream or lake. Through this project students learn about native species, habitats, water quality and develop a conservation ethic. Partners: California Trout, US Department of Fish and Wildlife, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, Tahoe Resource Conservation District & Captain Planet Foundation.
Thank you to Trout Unlimited Sagebrush Chapter and Placer County Department of Fish and Game for your sponsorship of Trout in the Classroom in 2014.
Visit our blog: Trout in the Classroom
Check out our Trout in the Classroom Gallery