Fisheries education research

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Number Title, author

1

Developing Tomorrow's Anglers and Aquatic Stewards: Formative Evaluation of MinnAqua's Leaders’ Guide for Grades 3-5.
By Amy Lynn Grack Nelson. July 2006. 125pp.

2

Summative Evaluation of MinnAqua’s Angling and Aquatic Education Clinics.
By Amy Lynn Grack Nelson. December 2006. 70pp.

3

 

MinnAqua-Minnesota’s Angling and Aquatic Education Program Launches Fishing: Get in the Habitat! in Schools.
By Michelle M. Kelly and Roland E. Sigurdson. Urban and Community Fisheries Programs: Development, Management, and Evaluation. American Fisheries Society Symposium. October 2008. 12pp.

4-A

 

Fishing in the Neighborhood: Understanding Motivations and Constraints for Angling Among Minneapolis-St.Paul, Minnesota Metro Residents.
By Susan A. Schroeder, David C. Fulton, Mark L. Nemeth, Roland E. Sigurdson, and Rick J. Walsh. Urban and Community Fisheries Programs: Development, Management, and Evaluation. American Fisheries Society Symposium. October 2008. 19pp.

4-B

 

Untangling the Line: Constraints to Fishing Participation in Communities of Color.
By Susan A. Schroeder, Mark L. Nemeth, Roland E. Sigurdson, and Rick J. Walsh. Urban and Community Fisheries Programs: Development, Management, and Evaluation. American Fisheries Society Symposium. October 2008. 16pp.

5

 

Fishing: Get in the Habitat! MinnAqua Leader's Guide: An Evaluation of Distribution Methods, Implementation, and Program Outcomes
By Julie Athman Ernst, Ph.D. Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, University of Minnesota Duluth. January 2009. 64pp.