After 2 to 3 months of being foster parents, the students are treated to a field trip at a local land-locked lake, where they release their fish into the wild.  This is the students' final farewell to their newly appreciated natural heritage.
 
Studies show that children actively involved in learning about their environment are more apt to retain that awareness throughout their lives and feel more responsible for its condition; the exact mission of Trout In The Classroom.  Watch this video from the Department of Fish and Game, our partner in this project, for more about Trout in the Classroom.



If you would like to be involved in Trout In The Classroom, as an educator, through aquarium sponsorship or as a volunteer, please contact the Salmon Enhancement office at (805) 473-8221 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 


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