“To heal a stream...”
Since 1983, the United Anglers of Casa Grande High School have made it their business to clean up what others leave behind. This group of ordinary high school students have set themselves an extraordinary goal: to heal a stream, repair its habitat, and save a species from extinction.
In 1983, the United Anglers adopted a “dead” creek in an attempt to bring it back to life. They have planted over 1,200 trees annually to rebuild Adobe Creek's wildlife habitat. They raised over $500,000 and built a state-of-the-art on-campus fish facility.
In an effort to educate others, the United Anglers have opened their facility to the public, to share their experiences as they happen. The students who run the facility give tours to those interested in learning more about the environment and how to preserve it.
Please contact us if you are interested in a tour or would like to receive more information regarding the United Anglers of Casa Grande High School.