Trout in the Classroom is a science program for K thru 12 grades that assist students in learning the importance of our natural resources through the life cycle of the trout. Our members direct the support of Trout in the Classroom for all Eastern Sierra schools. Over 1900 students have participated in this hands-on learning experience.
This year we proudly celebrate our
supporting Trout In the Classroom.
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For additional information on our TIC Program, please send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trout in the Classroom (TIC)
(A flagship program of Trout Unlimited's Youth Education efforts, Trout (or Salmon) in the Classroom (TIC or SIC) offers students of all ages a chance to raise salmonids in a classroom setting and then release them into a nearby stream or river. Caring for the fish starts to foster a conservation ethic in the students, and the act of walking to a streambank and directly releasing the fingerlings into the water makes a concrete connection between caring for the fish and caring for the water.)