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Summer program teaches kids to fish

Joshua Panas
June 13, 2018 09:28 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The Department of New Mexico Game and Fish has teamed up with Albuquerque Public Schools to teach kids about the environment.

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Kids are even getting to do some hands-on learning at Tingley Beach.

"They're learning to be conservationists. So to take care of our environment, to take care of our animals," said Sandy Dorsey, Instructional Coach at Chamiza Elementary School.

More than 100 kids are taking part in the program. They’re learning how to bait their hooks, cast a line and wait for that bite.

"What we really are hoping is that they're really going to love science after this," said Dorsey.

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