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Aquatic Resources Education Association
Conference Papers - 2002
 

AREA Conference 2002

Session I. Sunday 11:00 AM to 12:00 N – Concurrent Sessions

Model Programs

SESSION CHAIR:  Cindy Grove

“Agua Pura” : Engaging Latino Youth and Families in Aquatic Resource Issues - Michael Marzolla and Andrez Montiel, University of California Cooperative Extension.

Professional Development

SESSION CHAIR:  Steve Marshall

Theory Into Action: A presentation of the Best Practices in Fishing, Boating and Aquatic Stewardship Education tools for educators project - Mike O’Malley, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, D.J. Case & Associates

Model Programs 2

SESSION CHAIR:  Theresa Stabo  

The Foundations of Therapeutic Fishing Interventions for Individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness; Some Reflections from Let's Go Fishing in New Hampshire - Michael E. Beech, Monadnock Family Services and Mark Beauchesne, New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game

AREA Conference 2002

Session II. Sunday 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM – Concurrent Sessions

Model Programs

SESSION CHAIR:  Cindy Grove

Healthy Water, Healthy People – Innovative Water Quality Education Tools for Professional Aquatic Educators - John Etgen, Montana State University.

Green Eggs and Sand - Gary Kreamer, Delaware Department of Natural Resources, Cindy Grove, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Sue Canale, New Jersey Fish and Wildlife, and Stewart Michels, Delaware DNREC

Program Evaluation

SESSION CHAIR:  Ethan Rotman

South Carolina Youth Aquatic Survey Results - BeBe Harrison, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Mark Duda, David Allen, and Gene Hayes, Responsive Management.

Fishing for the Future: Establishing and Maintaining a 4-H Sportfishing Program - Douglas L. Steele, National 4-H Sportfishing Program, Mark Cronquist, Colorado Extension Service, Jon Lyman, Alaska Fish and Game, and Larry Hysmith, Texas Extension Service.

Model Programs 2

SESSION CHAIR:  Theresa Stabo

Public / Private Partnerships – A model for aquatic education - Dave Hagengruber, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Robert H. Wiltshire, International Fly Fishing Center .

Reorganization of the “Hooked On Fishing - Not On Drugs” Program - Anne Glick, Laura Jerome, Future Fisherman Foundation, and Betty Lewis, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife    

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Session III. Monday 8:00 AM to 12:00 N – Concurrent Sessions

Model Programs

SESSION CHAIR:  Jen Patterson

Partnerships That Work - Texas Parks and Wildlife and Texas Cooperative Extension - Ann Miller, Texas Parks and Wildlife and Larry Hysmith, Texas Cooperative Extension.

Using the STEP OUTSIDE program to strengthen sportfishing educational programs - Sharon Rushton,  Jodi DiCamillo, STEP OUTSIDE Program, and Mark Duda, Responsive Management.

Trout Unlimited’s First Cast Program – Introducing Kids to Stewardship Through Fly Fishing - Duncan Blair, Trout Unlimited.

WILD about FISH, aka WET, WILD and Fishy - Theresa Stabo, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Professional Development

SESSION CHAIR:  Steve Marshall

Todo el Mundo a Pescar: Invite Us All! - Margarita Lara and Shari Dann, Michigan State University, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife.

Production of large-format interpretation materials in-house, using existing engineering-type plotters - Michael F. O'Malley, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Promoting Best Practices for Teachers and Educators in the Collection of Marine and Freshwater Organisms - Rob Kramer and George Shipp, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Investigation for the Use of Summer Camp Staff to Deliver and Develop Aquatic Education Programs - Keith Koupal, Anne Skalski, and Laura Jerome

Model Programs 2

SESSION CHAIR:  Cindy Grove

Project WET- Developing Creative Partnerships for Aquatic Education - Rab Cummings, Project WET USA.

Promoting Stewardship of Aquatic Resources through a Watershed Education Program - Beth Reinhart, New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

Wild Resources Education Workshop: A Intergrated Resource-Based Professional Development Experience for Formal and Non-formal Educators - Daniel R. Dziubek Department of Parks and Recreation/Environmental Education and Carl Richardson, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission

Teaching Fly Fishing: A Private-Sector Perspective - Macauley Lord, L.L. Bean Fly Fishing Schools.  

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Session IV. Tuesday 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM – Concurrent Sessions

Model Programs

SESSION CHAIR:  Ethan Rotman

Interactive CD-ROM and Database-Driven Websites – Wildlife Education for the Masses using Multimedia and the Internet - Douglas Galarus, Information Technology Office, University of Montana.

Military Family Service Programs - Lonnie D. Nelson, Kentucky Department Fish and Wildlife Resources

Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation and Aquatic Education Summit

SESSION CHAIR:  Jen Patterson

Passport to Fishing, Boating, and Aquatic Stewardship: An Updated "Pathway to Fishing" Event-based Program - Stephanie Hussey, RBFF

Working for you in big ways! An Overview of Two Major Web Tools For Aquatic Educators, www.WaterWorksWonders.org, and www.RBFF-Education.org - Jen Patterson, RBFF.  

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Session V. Tuesday 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM – Concurrent Sessions

Model Programs

SESSION CHAIR:  Theresa Stabo

The States’ Perspective About the Aquatic Nuisance Species Issue and the “Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!” Public Awareness Campaign - Joe Starinchak, USFWS, Division of Fish & Wildlife Management Assistance

The River Continuum Poster Series - Lonnie D. Nelson, Kentucky Department Fish and Wildlife Resources

Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation and Aquatic Education Summit

SESSION CHAIR:  Jen Patterson/Stephanie Hussey

Re-cap of the Retailer Initiative: Results of the Wal-Mart Efforts -
Stephanie Hussey, RBFF

A National Plan for Aquatic Education: Aiming for validation and collaboration - Jen Patterson, RBFF, Moderator.  Panelists:  Hector Cruz-Lopez, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Jon Lyman, Alaska Fish and Game Department, and Carl Richardson, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission

 

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