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Trout in the Classroom

  • Community

    New York students enjoy fireside chat with Dr. Helen Neville

    Trout in the Classroom students from Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School in New York City got the unique opportunity to interview TU’s lead scientist, Dr. Helen Neville, about her career as a STEM professional. Kelly Tapia, a MMMHS senior, and Sean Cabrera, a MMMHS freshman, worked together with their teacher, Ms. Smith, to come up with questions that are at the top of the minds of many…

  • Headwaters

    Saying goodbye to 2020 from the Headwaters team

    Happy New Year and it couldn’t have come soon enough. We are ready to start fresh, work hard, and reinvigorate youth outreach efforts this coming spring, summer and fall. Despite the limitations of 2020, volunteer leaders like yourself were able to keep many youth outreach efforts going, even if they looked a little different.  Building on some…

  • Trout in the Classroom

    Think Tank: Cannibalism and story time

    Trout are missing from our virtual trout tank at the Trailside Museum and the very hungry fry are to blame. While trout love to feed on macroinvertebrates, they are ultimately opportunistic feeders.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfxwTP7yt1E&t=3s Like many other fish, trout are cannibalistic, and will eat smaller members of their own species. In fact, we commonly see this…