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Trout in the Classroom (TIC) is an environmental education program in which students in grades k-12 . . .

  • raise trout from eggs to fry.
  • monitor tank water quality.
  • engage in stream habitat study.
  • learn to appreciate water resources.
  • begin to foster a conservation ethic.
  • grow to understand ecosystems.

Most programs end the year by releasing their trout in a state-approved stream near the school or within a nearby watershed.

During the year each teacher tailors the program to fit his or her curricular needs. Therefore, each program is unique. TIC has interdisciplinary applications in science, social studies, mathematics, language arts, fine arts, and physical education. For more information on possible activities and lessons, please see the Teachers tab.

In each state, Trout in the Classroom is funded by a number of generous supporters and made more rich through varied partnerships.

Read about the general program in our national brochure, designed by Bette Case in CT.

Contact your local TIC representative to discuss all the details and any costs associated with having this program in your school.

TIC in NYC helps students connect to their unique watershed resources:

See our NYC program!

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