From seed to table at Peacock Collegiate – Green CommUnity School Grants Program

I thought I would check out the web for a story in SK and I found one about WWF Canada about a Green CommUnity School Grants Program at Peacock Collegiate…

The article synopsis….”An interactive garden classroom to help students learn where their food comes from will be built at Peacock Collegiate after the school won an environmental grant.”

The school applied for the second installment of the WWF-Canada Green Community Schools Grants Program and was awarded $5,000. Full article is available at Moose Jaw Times Herald.

A quick search found that this is all part of WWF-Canada’s Green CommUnity School Grants Program.

Through the generous support of Loblaw Companies Ltd, WWF-Canada will grant $600,000 over three years, up to $200,000 a year, to Canadian elementary and secondary schools. The grants will help reduce a community’s impact on the environment, increase understanding of environmental issues and solutions, stimulate environmental leadership, and inspire students and communities to take action.

Check out other news articles schools who are part of this program:

Amazing! Congrats to all for a great initiative.

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