EcoFriendly Sask Action Grants

Supporting environmental initiatives in Saskatchewan
It’s easy to feel hopeless in the face
of climate change and pollution
But individuals
can make a difference
“Be the change you want to see in the world”
Mahatma Gandhi
EcoFriendly Sask provides small grants of up to $500
to support local environmental initiatives

CISV Saskatoon Youth Camp...
Here are just a few of the projects we’ve sponsored
in the last two years
Plastic Smart Saskatoon
– riverbank clean-ups, recycling, educational events
Dish It Up, Grade 8 Experiential Program, Dr. J.G. Egnatoff School
– reusable dishware for healthy school lunches without ...
Troutreach Saskatchewan
- fisheries research and public education
Meadow Lake Junior Forest Wardens
- Pagan Lake Park clean-up (signs, trails, bird/bat boxes)
School Gardens
- Carlyle Elementary School, Sutherland School,
Rosemont Community School
Saskatoon Bike Valet
- bicycle parking at the Civic Pancake Breakfast and
the Saskatoon Fringe Festival
Delila Jahn-True
- reading from her book,
Advice Between
Kingdoms: How the
Hays Moved Trash
Mountain, a children’s
book ab...
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your
one wild and precious life?”
Mary Oliver
EcoFriendly Sask strives to inform, encourage
and support local environmental initiatives

Write us at ecofriendlysask@gma...
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Be the change you want to see in the world. Apply now for an EcoFriendly Sask Action Grant support small, concrete environmental initiatives in Saskatchewan (http://www.ecofriendlysask.ca/p/action-grants.html).

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EcoFriendly Sask Action Grants

  1. 1. EcoFriendly Sask Action Grants Supporting environmental initiatives in Saskatchewan
  2. 2. It’s easy to feel hopeless in the face of climate change and pollution
  3. 3. But individuals can make a difference
  4. 4. “Be the change you want to see in the world” Mahatma Gandhi
  5. 5. EcoFriendly Sask provides small grants of up to $500 to support local environmental initiatives CISV Saskatoon Youth Camp 2013
  6. 6. Here are just a few of the projects we’ve sponsored in the last two years
  7. 7. Plastic Smart Saskatoon – riverbank clean-ups, recycling, educational events
  8. 8. Dish It Up, Grade 8 Experiential Program, Dr. J.G. Egnatoff School – reusable dishware for healthy school lunches without waste
  9. 9. Troutreach Saskatchewan - fisheries research and public education
  10. 10. Meadow Lake Junior Forest Wardens - Pagan Lake Park clean-up (signs, trails, bird/bat boxes)
  11. 11. School Gardens - Carlyle Elementary School, Sutherland School, Rosemont Community School
  12. 12. Saskatoon Bike Valet - bicycle parking at the Civic Pancake Breakfast and the Saskatoon Fringe Festival
  13. 13. Delila Jahn-True - reading from her book, Advice Between Kingdoms: How the Hays Moved Trash Mountain, a children’s book about rural waste and recycling
  14. 14. “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” Mary Oliver
  15. 15. EcoFriendly Sask strives to inform, encourage and support local environmental initiatives Write us at ecofriendlysask@gmail.com Photo credits (slides 1, 2, 3, 4, 14): http://www.flickr.com/photos/apmckinlay/

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