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                     GODDARD COLLEGE 
                         PLAINFIELD, VERMONT 
 
 
 
 
 
believe it is going to become increasingly important, 
 
particularly, in a state 1ike Vermont which will have to 
 
depend more and more on her recreational resources for 
 
future deve lopment. 
 
    I laid out a rat mr formal outline of the proposed 
 
program in order to sell the idea to our administ'ation. 
 
  I lon't Intend to formalize thrl work to tir ext:-nt indicated 
 
on the enclosed sheet, parl ilularly as I have only two boys 
 
to work with this y-ar.   I a. very anxious to Ilaie 
 
a succe, of the undertaking and to      et enou ,h publicity 
 
for it so that we may interest a largeo Lroup .n 
 
suc--edine y- ars. 
 
   I would apprrci:te your frank comments on the enclosed 
 
outline.   ::any of the activities3 su.L ted must be 
 
ommItted or Preatr v t curt-ailed to make t  oror--r-am mana gable 
 
at all.    I would also like, to receive your bulletin - 
 
Jame Xnaemont at th ; Univjrs Ity of -Iikconsin -  &d to 
 
receive any fur'ther advice you may be %illing to riva on 
 
iethodu of ca   icin- out thr proram and of in t!,uctio-a! 
 
"ater.al  rit r n on a Ieve1 suitabWl for Juni  college 
 
students. 
 
                                         'ours truly, 
 
 
 
                                         Cranston -i. Jordan 
 
                                Instructor in .3cince 
 
  

					
				
					
 
Godoard College 
 
 
h>CRJATI 'NAL BIOLOGY- A course designed to introduce the 
  student to the wild life resources of the state as they 
  are utilized for recreational purposes.    ihe course 
  will include the biological relationships of the fish 
  and game animals, conservation, fish and game laws, 
  methods of hunting and fishing, safety, and good sportsmanship. 
                       Unit I 
 
Black Bass 
   Biological Helationships - ulassification, Life 'iHistory 
      Ecology, Distribution. 
   Conservation - ame Laws, erotection, Propagation. 
   Methods of Fishing - Live Bait, 2rolling, Bait Uasting, 
     'ly Fishing. 
   Equipment - hods, reels, lines, and lures. 
   Demonstrations - Bass fishing qquipment. 
                     Bait uasting. 
   iaboratory Practice - ±ait uasting 
   Field Trips - bass Fishing in near by lakes. 
 
                      Unit ID 
 
Upland Uame Birds 
   biological t- elatio ships - Opecies, Ulassification, 
      Ecology, Distribution. 
   Conseration - Game Lars, flatural and Managed covers, 
      Iropagation, hefuges, fredators. 
   Bird Dogs - Types, training, handling. 
   Equipment - Guns for upland shooting. 
   Safe handling of firearms. 
   Demonstrations - 
       Guns and -mntini equipment. 
       Hlandling a bird dog. 
   Laboratory practice - 
        i rap and skeet shooting. 
   Field Trips - Observation of a field trial. 
                  Upland hunting. 
                       Tniu iII 
Deer 
 
         Unit IV                                 Unit VII 
Fish and Game Legislation 
                                     Brook and stream fishing 
         Unit V                       for Trout. 
 Ice Fishing                                     Unit VIII 
                                     Lake Fishing for Trout, 
         Unit VI                       Salmon, Lake jrout. 
Rabbits 
 
         ( The plan is to begin the study of each form 
           bear the begifrning of its open season.)