Date: February 02, 2019 to February 02, 2019
Where: Coastal Biology Building, 130 McCallister Way, Santa Cruz, California, United States
Ticket Price: N/A
Through a classroom experience of hatching fish eggs and coordinated activities, students experience firsthand the value of aquatic environments, the balance that must be met to maintain and preserve California's fisheries and aquatic habitats, and how their personal actions affect these valuable resources. Successful completion of this training class qualifies teachers to apply for a permit to hatch fish,receive eggs and to receive classroom support and equipment to enable you to hatch fish in the classroom. Teachers must be present for the entire workshop to be certified to receive fish eggs. This program is co-sponsored by California Department of Fish & Wildlife City of Santa Cruz American Fisheries Society, Student Chapter San Gregorio Environmental Resource Center Questions? Are you in a school or grade not listed? Contact Ethan Rotman at (415) 999-5924 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.classroomaquarium.org.