Inland Deserts Region CAEP: Trout in the Classroom Program

Serving Imperial, Inyo, Mono, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties

How to Get Involved

Teachers:

The first step for teachers to participate in the program is to attend a free workshop. Attending a workshop is mandatory for educators in order to participate in the program. Workshops do vary by time and location. Workshops integrated with link opens in new windowWILD Aquatic are longer. There is a cost associate with the program for equipment to raise the trout. Many teachers obtain grants or funding through other sources to help cover the cost of equipment. Please click on the heading for San Bernardino, Riverside, and Imperial Counties to find out more information.

Volunteers:

Help is needed in a variety of ways including delivering eggs to schools, classroom presentations, and assisting with release field trips. Angling Clubs and other organizations may donate their time and/or resources. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or sponsor for this program please contact your regional coordinator.

Eastern Sierra (Inyo and Mono Counties)

Julia Swanson
Fish and Wildlife Interpreter I
Classroom Aquarium Education Program (Trout in the Classroom) Coordinator
Julia.Swanson@wildlife.ca.gov
(760) 873-8968

Bishop Field Office
787 North Main Street, Suite 220
Bishop, CA 93514

Workshop Schedule

2019/2020 SCHOOL YEAR

Workshops have not been scheduled yet.

To sign up for a workshop please email the following information to R6NorthCAEP@wildlife.ca.gov

  1. Name
  2. School including address
  3. Grade level
  4. Contact information

Egg Deliveries

Eggs are available in this region once a year on a specific date. Eggs will likely be available early February for Inyo County and early April for Mono County, but is subject to change (2019/2020 dates TBD).

San Bernardino, Riverside, and Imperial Counties

Hillary Grez
Hillary.Grez@wildlife.ca.gov
(909) 944-0210

Workshop Schedule

2019/2020 SCHOOL YEAR

These workshops are FREE and light snacks will be provided

To sign up for a workshop please email the following information to R6SouthCAEP@wildlife.ca.gov

  1. Name
  2. School including address
  3. Grade level
  4. Contact information

Egg Deliveries

Eggs are available in this region three times a year on a specific date. The eggs will likely be available in October, January and March but is subject to change (2019/2020 dates TBD).

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