The National office of TU has introduced a new youth membership called Stream Explorers and it’s the perfect way to teach kids about trout, the wild places they live and the things we can do to protect them. This program is directly focused on the young who enjoy the outdoors.
The Coosa Valley Chapter cares greatly about our young people and we ask that the parents take time to check out the Stream Explorers website, www.streamexplorers.org. Get your child involved with fishing and bring them to a TU meeting. Or chapter has regular monthly outings and our members will be happy to give the kids pointers and teach them all about trout.
The next meeting of the Coosa Valley Chapter will be Thursday. Aug. 20 at Arrowhead Environmental Classroom on Floyd Springs Road. The social will start at 6:30 p.m. and the regular meeting will start at 7 p.m. Kim Kilgore, the centers’ director will give a presentation on the center and all the work that goes on in educating the youth of Northwest Georgia at Arrowhead.
Arrowhead is one of the education projects that the Coosa Valley Chapter takes pride in supporting through funds raised at our Chili Cook Off. The public is invited.
Click here for a link to Stream Explorers.