The neatest thing is, he will never look at a river or stream again without wondering what is going on beneath the surface.
Posted in Adopt-a-Trout (AaT)
the Long Island AaT program has a new website!
This is the updated handbook from TU's longest-running AaT program!
we encourage youth to learn from their elders about their connection to the land, and then develop their own relationship with special places...
An awesome, detailed video from the Mad Dog TU summer camp for teens in Vermont!
Posted in TU Teens, Youth Camps & Academies
Ever wonder what it is like to be a TU camper? Besides the fishing, tying, and field work, what really happens at TU’s summer camps and academies? Well, for the first time, we get a look at the campers’ perspectives—a glimpse of exactly what TU Teens think about our fly fishing and conservation
Posted in TU Teens
The teenage years are often associated with drama in a person’s life. After all, it is while a teen that all sorts of firsts happen and we really begin to take shape as an individual. The techno revolution hasn’t done all that much to squelch the average teen’s desire to have an opinion, exerci
The next issue of Stream Explorers magazine (volume 4, issue 4) is going to be about mountaineer culture and the southern Appalachian brook trout. You can see the sketch for the center illustration here. Our artist, Sherrie York, is currently working on the final watercolor piece! Th