NDOW Trout in the Classroom Program 1/26/19


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
1-9-2019
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The annual training session for school teachers participating in the NDOW Trout in the Classroom program will take place Saturday, Jan. 26. Trout in the Classroom is an incubation program that gives students the opportunity to hatch and observe rainbow trout in an educational setting. At the program’s conclusion, the fish are released into an approved local waterway. For more information visit www.ndow.org/Education/Wildlife_Ed/Trout_In_The_Classroom/ or contact Ivy Santee at 702-486-5127 x 3503.

 



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