Eastern brook trout, our native fish, and are an iconic symbol of New England. What’s good for brook trout is also good for people and for all sorts of wildlife. We all need clean water, and that means healthy streams.
Bring the whole family to kick off a creative new approach to conserving and restoring brook trout habitat.this Friday, June 13, at the Dow Field in Franconia. NH Fish & Game bologists, volunteers from Trout Unlimited, ACT, and Plymouth State University are offering all sorts of activites for centered on trout, fishing, and streams. Plus, great food, and the Wicked Smart Horn Band. And it’s free admission!
3 p.m. – 6 p.m. workshops, demonstrations, crafts. Fly and spin casting workshops, capture fish and insects in the Gale River, aquatic insect identification, learn to tie a fly that looks like the real insect; crafts for kids: make your own trout, create your own acquatic creatures, and more!
4 p.m. Spawning Run! Obstacle course.
5 p.m. Food catered by Wendel’s (for purchase), baked goods by trout volunteers support the project.
7:30 – 9:30 Wicked Smart Horn Band
It’s all part of the celebration of 55 years of tri-town recreation.
Read more about our new initiative, Clean Water Healthy Trout. Better yet, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to help out this summer as we take the project into the field. Volunteers are needed and welcome!