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Greenback Cutthroat Trout Life Cycle Game

One of our volunteers, Jane Wallace, has worked over this past summer, with the artist, Katrina Lund, to create this “Life Cycle Game” to help in telling the story about the trials and tribulations of the Colorado Greenback Cutthroat Trout around its goal of surviving. Here is the game…

 

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Even the young learn and enjoy!!!

Even the young learn and enjoy!!!

Buy the Game

Would you like a digital, high resolution copy of the game board? Fill out the form below and we will provide you with a free High Definition electronic copy.

More details on the game…

Instructions

Request the Greenback Game

  • CMCTU is interested in how far and wide the game is distributed. Please let us know what city, state and country that you live in.
  • CMCTU is interested in the ways that folks use the game. If you are an educator would you share with us your school and grade? Do you want to use the poster as art?
Greenback Game to Frank McGee

Area Wildlife Manager Frank McGee accepting a Greenback Game poster to hang at Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s southeast region office, 4255 Sinton Rd., Colorado Springs.

Doug Krieger Aquatics Manager, Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Doug Krieger Aquatics Manager, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Accepting a Greenback Game Poster to hang at CPW Headquarters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Dietmeyer of the Colorado Springs Park and Rec

David Dietmeyer of the Colorado Springs Park and Rec

 

Therese Thompson, Ex Dir of the Western Native Trout Initiative and Leslie Elwood of the US Fish and Wildlife

Therese Thompson, Ex Dir of the Western Native Trout Initiative and Leslie Elwood of the US Fish and Wildlife receiving a Greenback Life cycle game to be hung at the USFWS office in Denver.