The ability to pass on our knowledge and teachings to the younger generations is one of the most important objectives to ensure that our environment is sustainable for generations to come. One of our main objectives is to educate the public about our environmentally and culturally-sensitive areas, along with ways that we can help monitor and preserve them. We constantly work with local elementary, middle school, high school and college students. From our Environmental Youth Camp we hold each summer, to Earth Day, or helping out the Pyramid Lake Fisheries with Lahontan cutthroat trout spawning, we are always looking for ways to get our message out to the public that water is life. We need to protect it.