STREAM Girls

Every person is a citizen of her watershed, and Trout Unlimited has partnered with Girl Scouts USA to show what that means to us.


STREAM Girls is an outdoor watershed experience that employs STEM-education (science, technology, engineering, math) plus recreation and arts to explore a local stream. By visiting a local stream and having the opportunity to observe it as scientists, anglers, and artists, Girl Scouts in the 4th through 8th grade (juniors and cadettes) will get the complete picture of what their stream could mean to them. Over the course of multiple sessions, Girl Scouts observe a stream, collect flow data, sample macro-invertebrates (aka aquatic bugs), tie flies, and learn fly casting.

 

Program Information


interested in volunteering?

There are currently no STREAM Girls events booked. Keep an eye out for events in your area happening in late summer and early fall of 2019! No experience necessary to volunteer, but a strong interest in mentoring the next generation of scientists is encouraged. Register for information at the top of the page and follow us on Facebook to be updated about future events.


STREAM girls in action…

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Contact Bianca McGrath-Martinez for more information

bianca.mcgrathmartinez@tu.org | (720) 394-1017

Colorado Trout Unlimited is extremely grateful for Anadarko Petroleum’s support of STREAM Girls in Colorado