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Willow Beach Field Naturalists Education Award Winners 2016

The 2016 WBFN Education Awards were presented to three successful applicants in April. 
  • Cobourg Collegiate Institute was awarded funds to support a Learning and Life Skills class growing pollinator plants in the greenhouse, producing educational material about pollinators and building solitary bee structures. 
  • Northumberland Christian School in Cobourg is creating an outdoor theatre space, classroom and aboriginal awareness location. The planting of the area will be based on the Black Oak Savannah habitat that is native to the Rice Lake Plains area. 
  • East Northumberland Secondary School in Brighton is using funds to secure a keynote speaker for National Aboriginal Awareness Week, who will inform students about the traditional connection to the land, waterfowl and animals through dance in song. 
Applications from Northumberland County elementary and secondary schools are accepted at the end of January. Funds are awarded for support of school environment/stewardship or related club activities, assistance with purchasing resources for environmental education curriculum, help with school naturalization projects, recognition of special contributions made by students in any environmental or nature-related school activity, support for school nature-related or environmental advocacy activities that would benefit students, or other environment/nature-related activity.

CCI Greenhouse Award 2016

The presentation to Cobourg Collegiate Institute was made by WBFN Member Gina Brouwer to Learning and Life Skills teacher Carolyn Oster, and students.

 Northumberland Christian School award 2016

The presentation to Northumberland Christian School was made by WBFN Member Gina Brouwer to Wilma Van Barneveld, Administrative Assistant, and students.

 

East Northumberland Secondary School award 2016

The presentation to East Northumberland Secondary School was made by WBFN President Brian Maxwell to student Liam Liggins and teachers Debbie Kilmer and Pamela Vanderburg. Photo © John Campbell

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