The girls collected macroinvertebrates from the Muskegon River, tied woolly buggers, and even went fly fishing.
For some fourth-graders in Forest Hills, this SIC project didn’t conclude exactly as planned.
Belding's Woodview Elementary and Grandville's South Elementary recently released the salmon they raised from eggs.
SWMTU helped students and teachers in the Northview school district get better connected to the coldwater resources in West Michigan through experiences with fly tying and fly fishing.
High school students work in the summer with Trout Unlimited to do watershed restoration and receive job training in green infrastructure.
On Thursday, May 14 we’re honored to have Captain Brad Petzke of Riversnorth lead a virtual presentation featuring the fly fishing opportunities of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Kevin Feenstra about the bugs, minnows, fish, and wildlife that make the Muskegon River special.
With the spread of COVID-19 and schools closed, the maintenance of tanks and release of salmon fry looked a bit different this year.
The school is a nonprofit project of the Michigan Council of TU. The school is open to everyone; membership in Trout Unlimited is not required.
Trout Unlimited is hiring high school students to join their Green Team this summer!