WWF-CANADA TO FUND 45 NEW STUDENT PROJECTS TO RESTORE AND PROTECT CANADIAN HABITATS

WWF-CANADA TO FUND 45 NEW STUDENT PROJECTS TO RESTORE AND PROTECT CANADIAN HABITATS

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The organization’s Go Wild Grants Program is part of a 10-year plan to Regenerate Canada  TORONTO, February 3, 2023 — WWF-Canada is pleased to award 45 Go Wild Grants to projects from primary, secondary and post-secondary schools across the country. The grants, valued at $1,500–2,000, will support student activities that aim to protect or restore nature in ...
NEW STUDENT-BASED PROJECTS WILL RESTORE AND PROTECT HABITATS ACROSS CANADA

NEW STUDENT-BASED PROJECTS WILL RESTORE AND PROTECT HABITATS ACROSS CANADA

Kathy

WWF-Canada’s Go Wild Grant Program is part of a 10-year plan to Regenerate Canada  TORONTO – World Wildlife Fund Canada is pleased to award 56 Go Wild grants to projects from primary, secondary and post-secondary schools across the country. Valued at $500 – $2,500, these grants will support student activities that protect or ...
110 HABITATS TO BE RESTORED BY SCHOOLS ACROSS CANADA

110 HABITATS TO BE RESTORED BY SCHOOLS ACROSS CANADA

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  New native plant gardens for pollinators and stream restoration projects are among the 110 school and campus projects being funded by WWF-Canada’s Go Wild School Grants. © naturepl.com / Sylvain Cordier / WWF WWF-Canada’s Go Wild School Grant program to support teacher, student and campus efforts to help nature thrive. TORONTO, ...
CELEBRATING WWF-CANADA’S FIRST LIVING PLANET LEADERS!

CELEBRATING WWF-CANADA’S FIRST LIVING PLANET LEADERS!

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Meet our 2019 Living Planet Leaders who are helping to build a more sustainable Canada in their communities and on campus! The Living Planet Leader designation recognizes post-secondary students who have demonstrated a commitment to helping nature thrive during their studies and experienced how sustainability can be applied where they live and ...