Tuesday, September 11, 2012
TF&G makes stand for wildlife education
Houston---For two decades, Texas Fish & Game magazine has provided magazines to wildlife and agriculture classes in public schools throughout the Lone Star State.
Now they are taking things to a new level by providing free weekly videos, articles, photos and lesson ideas to teachers in an e-newsletter format.
The content matches state required teaching objectives and comes with quizzes, lessons plans and various other assignment ideas.
"We have an opportunity to reach school children and educators with the in- depth, teaching oriented information Texas Fish & Game has provided since 1984," said Executive Editor Chester Moore.
"We are all excited to offer this service to help teachers who often have limited resources and students who can benefit from our unique and far- reaching wildlife, fisheries and conservation content."
Feedback to the program has been strong and has inspired TF&G to work even harder to get unique content for the students of Texas.
"Roy Neves and Ardia Neves who are not only publisher and advertising director but are the owners of TF&G have put their full support behind the project and are making sure all resources are available to aid the students," Moore said.
"Wildlife and creating the next generation of wildlife stewards is important to us and we look forward to working with teachers to help them help their students."
Teachers who cover any subject that deals with wildlife, fisheries and outdoors education can sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org