- The flesh of the black drum is white, flaky and easily separated from the large bones. It is most often prepared in soups and chowders.
- Spaghetti worms are common in the larger black drum. Although the worms are not harmful to humans, many anglers release the larger fish.
- Black drum roe is a highly prized delicacy.
- The large, silvery scales of the black drum are often used in fish jewelry.
The purpose of the NATWC is to support the establishment and continuation of Therapeutic Wilderness Camp organizations, with the attendant responsibility to educate the public as to the existence of such organizations and their success in helping troubled young people change their lives for the better.
Type of Organization
Believes therapeutic wilderness camps represent one of the most effective methods of helping troubled young people change the way they deal with their parents, schools, and other authorities.