Scott Jordan


Two elderly guys wearing suit and tie and sunglasses.

A hunter wearing full gear with his weapon while feeding a deer.

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Welcome to CRCS Outdoors! If you were ever wondering who we are and what we do, here is a brief report. CRCS stands for Cuba-Rushford Central School and the outdoor program is an extension of our Fisheries and Wildlife Technology classes. Our motto is making a difference “one young hunter (fisherman or student) at a time. “

The schools environmental programs have been featured in national & international magazines and television. CRCS Outdoors was featured every Friday night on the Pursuit Channel with 169 original shows produced right at CRCS and highlighting student editors. However, the programming would not have made it on air without support from our outstanding sponsors KA-BAR Knives, Tom Stolberg & Frontier Financial, the Western & Central New York Chapter of SCI, and the Buffalo & TRI State Chapter of SCI!

As we all know, the future of our hunting and fishing heritage rests in the hands of our nation’s youth. If we do not do our part and get them out there early, research says all may be lost. New York State has been slowly doing their part by lowering the hunting age, and providing youth seasons. CRCS Outdoors has been making a conscious effort to do our part by providing area youth with opportunities that they may not get elsewhere.

CRCS Outdoors hopes to expand nationally and bring the study of fisheries and wildlife/ hunting and fishing into the mainstream of the nation’s educational platform, and to promote student centered scientific research, studying natural resource conservation, aquatics, wildlife, forestry, land stewardship, biology/ management and conservation, Math/ Science and Technology, GIS, satellite images, remote sensing, radio telemetry, data collection and analysis. Through these opportunities, students are also exposed to numerous career development opportunities as well as gaining ownership in what they do, through choice in what they learn, and gaining responsibility.

CRCS Outdoors has traveled to South Africa to hunt (3), as well as annual trips to Alaska (17), New Zealand (20), Texas (2), Florida (3), Nebraska (10) and locally around NYS and PA. Students enrolled at Cuba-Rushford have the first option to participate on all trips and opportunities, after that, these projects and trips are open to any student, any person, anywhere! 

Check out our projects and trips on our website and click on the deer head. Contact Scott Jordan at 585-808-3768 or email me at

Special thanks to all of you who take young people outside and provide guidance and education! You know that they will appreciate it for a lifetime!