Trout in the Classroom in Woodstock, NY

Trout in the Classroom (TIC) is a hands-on environmental education program for students of all ages. It allows students to raise trout from eggs to fingerlings begining in October and then release them into watershed streams in the spring.Throuough the school year students study trout biology and ecology, learn and participate in water quality testing and then release the trout into the streams that provide over 9 million NYC residents with the unfiltered water that they drink. TIC in New York helps build a connection between students and nature.



said on Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

I love watching how excited kids get about these projects. It's just gret to expose young blood to the joy of trout and trout fishing.

How many TiC programs is TU involved with across the country?

said on Thursday, August 29th, 2013

Great video Lilli. A perfect intro guide to TIC. Utah finally is getting on board with our first TIC program in 2014. It took a lot of hard work, but thanks to Bob Diblee and his team, we got the go ahead from the DNR. Can't wait to see them grow.


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