Monthly Archives: November 2017

Little Changes Make Big Impacts: The Power of Choice

By Calvin Abbot of the Watershed Project After a long day of working outside or maybe just a walk in the park you may swing by a store and buy a plastic water bottle. After drinking it you drop it … Continue reading

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Do you have a project in mind and need a bit of cash to make it happen?

Small Classroom Grants For Teachers Hatching Fish The Northern California Council Federation of Fly Fishers International (NCCFFI) is offering a series of mini-grants to teachers participating in the Classroom Aquarium Education Program (CAEP) in the San Francisco Bay Area. Funds … Continue reading

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Fire and Fish

Fire is a regular part of life in California for people, for animals, and for plants. The recent fires in the North Bay while devastating, provide opportunities for first hand learning on the impacts to fish, plants, wildlife, and entire … Continue reading

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