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Grantswood Community School Enjoys Creek Kids July 7, 2011

Sport Fish Restoration

Students learn about Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries.  
Grantswood Community School
is in Jefferson County. 

The EnviroScape model shows how pollution can run off the land and into the water, which is called non-point source pollution.

Water can wash soil, fertilizer and oil into a stream.

Mr. Jerry Moss walks the students to Bubbling Spring.

Water that comes out of the ground is called a spring.
Water is an important resource to us all. Students enjoy the feel of the water.

A dam changes aquatic habitat from flowing to still water.
Hornsnails were collected from the creek.

Mr. Maurice Jackson helps a student catch fish with a seine.

Another student holds the other end of the seine.
Students learned today that fishing is important. Various fish species were captured from Mud Creek.

Mr. Maurice Jackson
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Let's Go Fishing!

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How?

 

Take someone fishing with you
and make a friend for life.

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