Tuslaw’s conservation course combines a love of nature and science

TUSCARAWAS TWP. – A new hands-on science class lets students at Tuslaw High School explore conservation efforts while having a little fun.

As part of a pilot program, the school has started offering a conservation science course.

“The concept is a hands-on science lesson in fish and wildlife conservation,” said high school principal Adam McKenzie. “It’s for nature lovers who like to go hunting and fishing. It made Tuslaw scream a little. It’s what our kids like.”

The program was developed by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Athlete Alliance, he said.

The school recently received a $30,000 grant from the ODNR to purchase equipment for the classroom.

After:Kasey the Fire Dog impresses as he promotes fire safety at area schools

Leave a Comment