Events / Fishing in Schools Teacher Workshop - June 13

Fishing in Schools Teacher Workshop

The National Fishing in the Schools Program is a nationwide, all-inclusive, in-school program that provides teachers with training, curriculum, equipment, and online support to help you teach your students about rivers and river conservation through fly fishing. Designed to be taught by teachers during the regular school day, this program makes it easy to learn and teach fly fishing to elementary, middle and high school students, whether you are an experienced angler or picking up a rod for the first time.

Roaring Fork Conservancy educators are certified teacher-trainers for the NFSP Level 1 Teacher Training.

Additional information about NFSP can be found at here.

 

QUESTIONS? Please contact Christina Medved at christina@roaringfork.org or (970) 927-1290 ext. 28

 

NFSP is made possible in part by grants from Aspen Elks Lodge #224, Holy Cross Energy Round-Up Foundation, Snowmass Village Rotary Club, and private donors.


Tuesday, June 13, 2017 from 8:30am – 4:30pm
Crystal River Elementary School, 160 Snowmass Drive, Carbondale, CO 81623
COST: $40

WHAT YOU GET?

  • Training
  • Use of the NFSP Kit (a $3,350 value) for your classroom and access to online curriculum
  • Morning refreshments and lunch

CEU credit is available upon completion of workshop.

REGISTRATION is required.

 

2017 FISHING IN THE SCHOOLS TEACHER WORKSHOP
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Contact Us

Roaring Fork Conservancy
PO Box 3349
Basalt, CO 81621
(970) 927-1290
info@roaringfork.org

PHYSICAL ADDRESS:
200 Basalt Center Circle, Suite 120, Basalt, CO 81621

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