West Virginia Kids learn conservation thru fly fishing

We picked this news article up from the Redington Facebook page. The original article was published by Herald-Mail.com:

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Wildwood Middle School students in teacher Carolyn Thomas’ science classes are learning how to protect the environment by learning how to fly-fish…Their instructors were Josh Nease, Trout Unlimited’s West Virginia Headwaters youth education coordinator for all nine West Virginia counties in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, and Kati Cole, of Trout Unlimited’s National Fly Fishing in School Program.

Fly fishing is a great road to conservation, and it’s great that Trout Unlimited is involved in this level of education!

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