children and teens come to TU for the same reason that most everyone joins TU--they care about streams and they love fishing.
So looking forward to all this summer's camp! Here's a great reminder from Vermont of everything camp can be.
Posted in Teen Summit 2014
Hey everyone! Once you're a member of the group, you can use the big orange CREATE CONTENT button on the top right to write a blog post about yourself or share a fly pattern or whatever. That way, everyone's posts are not just comments in one thread.
Youth have their very own TU membership level, with benefits just for them.
Come to TU’s Teen Summit to meet other TU teens from across the country, talk about how TU can better engage teen members, learn how to become a TU leader in your community, work on a service project and fish! Spend three days in Wisconsin’s Driftless Area with a group of new friends that love [ READ MORE... ]
One of the country's many Trout in the Classroom (TIC) programs was featured recently on PBS's This American Land. The story of their work with Lahontan cutthroat trout is hopeful and inspiring.
We've been working hard to get the lastest in TIC wisdom and guidelines onto www.troutintheclassroom.org.
This year's first-place winner, Hugh, tells us about how he tried to learn to fly fish just by reading books. Read about how everything finally fell into place when he got to go to camp.
The newest issue of Stream Explorers magazine is revisiting a vital topic--the impact of humans on trout. The issue discusses both positive and negative influences that humans can have on trout and trout habitat.