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  FVTU Trout In The Classroom

           Connecting students to their watersheds

Trout in the Classroom is an innovative, hands-on conservation education curriculum serving grade-school, middle and high school students throughout the United States. Through the experience of raising trout from eggs, students learn the importance of clean natural water resources, streambank ecology, and various modes of scientific inquiry. In Connecticut, TIC is a cooperative effort of the CT Department of Environmental Protection and the Connecticut State Council of Trout Unlimited, along with its member chapters who sponsor fish tanks and equipment in local schools.

 

  FVTU Schools for the 2008 - 2009 school year

  •      Windermere Intermediate - Ellington
  •      E. Hartford/Glastonbury-Magnet - E. Hartford
  •      Smith Magnet School - West Hartford
  •      St. Anthony School - Bristol

 

 FVTU TIC Team

Al Chase

Bill Case and helper

Carl Swanson

Fank Plona

 

 

The 2007 - 2008 TIC year in pictures

 

Smith School Release Day 

 

E. Hartford-Glastonbury Release Day

 

Hunter Montessori School Release Day

 

 

 

 

 

The following sponsors are proud supporters

of the Farmington Valley Trout Unlimited

Trout In The Classroom

program

 

* West Hartford Public Schools *

 

* Ellington Public Schools *

 

* Farmington River Coordinating Committee *

 

*Main Street Community Foundation*

Merriman Family Fund

&

Gnazzo-Reidy Charitable Fund

 

 * Pet Supplies "Plus" of Bristol, CT *

 

*Jon P. Coons Memorial Fund*

 

 

 

 

For more information please visit the National TIC website

                               

                       

   
     

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