|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
Teaching people about stewardship by teaching them to fish is the idea behind the MinnAqua program. MinnAqua is a statewide education program designed to teach angling recreation and stewardship as well as the ecology and conservation of aquatic habitats. Since its inception in 1990, MinnAqua has reached thousands of new anglers throughout Minnesota. Whether you are involved with a large community recreation program or you are a smaller group and would like to take some kids fishing, MinnAqua can meet your needs.
Here in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesotans have a unique opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy aquatic habitats. There are over 5400 game fish lakes in Minnesota and 15,000 miles of fishable streams and rivers. Fishing is a recreational sport that can become a life-long activity connecting participants with their local environment, encouraging stewardship and appreciation of Minnesota's natural resources.
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|Order information or contact:||Visit the MinnAqua website for contact information. http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/minnaqua/index.html|
|MAEE Partner||Minnesota Department of Natural Resources|