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Take A Kid Fishing

It is our belief that children and adults who spend time recreating in the outdoors and communing with nature learn to love and understand our fragile environment.

Kids Fishing Clinics

Fun-filled, one-day educational events that teach marine conservation and fishing skills.

Kids' Saltwater Fishing Activity Box

An interactive teaching kit mailed to local hosts to instruct groups of children on fishing techniques and the importance of conservation. 

Marine Quest School Daze

Students in grades 4-8 tour lab stations and hands-on displays at FWC's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute.

Hooked on Fishing Not Drugs

Recruits anglers from all sectors of society too become responsible stewards of aquatic resources.

Joe Budd Aquatic Education Center

Provides an opportunity for students to learn about aquatic ecology in a natural setting.

Ladies Let's Go Fishing!

A national organization dedicated to attracting more women to sportfishing by promoting conservation and responsible angling.

Monofilament Recovery and Recycling Program

A statewide effort to educate the public on the problems caused by monofilament line left in the environment, to encourage recycling through a network of line recycling bins and drop-off locations, and to conduct volunteer monofilament line cleanup events.

Women's Fishing Clinics

One-day, shore based event designed to introduce women to saltwater fishing and educate participants on how to be responsible, ethical stewards of Florida's marine resources.

FWC Facts:
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program emphasizing wildlife. The program is designed for educators of students in K-12.

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