Multiple examples of student actions related to the protection and conservation of watersheds. Contains examples from across North America, with focussed sections for Central and Southern Alberta. Look at "Topics" to consider ideas.
Action projects for students, divided into Primary, Secondary, and Post-Secondary categories. Schools can apply for grants, and read about actions that other schools across the country have taken to protect water and the environment.
Yellow Fish Road is a program for educating students about the connectivity that exists between storm drains and waterbodies, as well as methods of diverting pollutants from entering storm drains.
A whole school eco-education program that educates communities about their local watershed including rivers and streams. The program encourages behavioural change to protect and conserve water while creating a community art legacy through the installation of painted fish on fences.
Student led initiative and platform for students to share action (environmental, social, cultural, economic) projects in which they are engaged.
Over one hundred water-saving ideas for indoors, outdoors, the school and office. Small adjustments that can have a big impact on our personal consumption of water.