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Girl Scouts take part in a STREAM Girls weekend. Trout Unlimited photo. By Franklin Tate GAP CREEK, South Carolina — What is it with kids and creeks anyway? How does all of that moving, riffling, sometimes very cold water work its spell on the young brain, rendering whole groups of boys and girls [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tara Granke Trout, Salmon, and Steelhead in the classroom participants across the country were invited in January to take part in the 2016 quilting project. Twenty-five classrooms signed up from eleven states: OH, CA, NY, VT, UT, PA, MD, SC, OK, NJ, and SD. This year's theme is COMMUNITY. [ READ MORE... ]
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A little more than five years ago, Trout Unlimited conducted a survey of female members seeking guidance on how we were serving them as members, engaging them as leaders and providing them opportunities to be active participants in our community – at all levels of the organization. Since that time [ READ MORE... ]
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Seventeen elementary schools in Utah, like this one at Promontory Charter School in Perry, participate in Trout Unlimited's Trout in the Classroom prorgam. Photo by Paul Holden By Paul Burnett There is nothing like watching fish hatch and grow before releasing them in the wild to foster a [ READ MORE... ]
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Video of Trout in the Classroom
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  Article by Nicole Wallace, STEAM Program Manager, Bronx Children's Museum   With mason jars and coolers on hand, educators from all over New York State came together at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Home in Hyde Park on Thursday, October 8th to attend workshops on tank maintenance, underwater [ READ MORE... ]
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Our Chapter has had two Trout in The Classroom(TIC) schools for the past two years. The 4th Grade class in Cotter under Ashton Barnett's guidance and Wade Geery's 4-6 Grade classes in Norfork were the first participating schools. They received Whitlock Vibert Boxes loaded  with one hundred rainbow [ READ MORE... ]
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At 2:30 a.m. in Soda Springs, I rolled through a right turn at a red light and soon learned “We don’t do ‘California Stops’ in Idaho.” … or so said the police officer who pulled me over pretty much immediately. Fortunately, I had made the slow rolling turn into the broad beams of the officer’s [ READ MORE... ]
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With spring finally here, it is more important than ever to get kids outside.  All over the country, small fingerling trout and salmon smolts are leaving classrooms in the hands of their student caretakers to join the wide world through our TIC/SIC program.  Now is the time for other outdoor [ READ MORE... ]
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       The NLC Youth Education Workgroup, in 2011, began a project to identify the common “Core Values” of the Headwaters Youth Education Initiative, which was begun by TU staff members lead by Franklin Tate.      The Youth Education Workgroup created a Core Values survey which asked NLC’s, State [ READ MORE... ]
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