One of the best things about Trout in the Classroom is that creativity that teachers and students draw on to make the program a success.
With the school year underway, more than 4500 classrooms across the U.S. are setting up their trout tanks and getting ready to receive their trout (or salmon) eggs.
TU Stream Explorers live all over the United States, and so Stream Explorers magazine is traveling to watersheds across the country to learn about different ecosystems, and different types of trout. The most recent issue of Stream Explorers, which just arrived last month, explo
Reports are starting to roll in from TU camps across the country, and it's all good news. Another summer come and gone, and lots more conservation and fly fishing learned and done. Here's a peek from New Hampshire, the first one to share their summer's video.
Just as we're starting to think about the new school year, it's fun to remember what we're aiming for by the end of a great TIC program. This video from the Truchas Chapter of TU and NM Game and Fish shows a sunny, fun field day.
Since I know they won't brag on themselves, I'm going to brag for them: Stephen, a high school senior, was recently featured in his local paper.
TIC is just one piece—an important piece—of the integrated, comprehensive environmental learning experience that they craft for their students.
Kids really get into their home landscape with Adopt-a-Trout
These are just some of many quilt squares created this year for the annual Trout in the Classroom quilt project! Classes from all over the country exchanged squares with each other on the theme of "water."