Category: Youth Education

Water First and Science Literacy Week 2018 with Saugeen First Nation

Roots are claws that hold the earth in place


Waterside tree planting is important both to the local waterways and the people who live adjacent to them. Tree roots hold onto soil, preventing unnatural amounts of sand and dirt from entering the water systems, which can have a negative impact downstream and damage aquatic ecosystems. Trees provide organic material … Read More

Tree planting with youth from Matachewan First Nation

Water Tree at Matachewan First Nation


This past October, Water First collaborated with Matachewan First Nation to deliver a series of educational workshops at the local school and a tree-planting field trip in the community.

Students in the Indigenous program at Kirkland Lake District Composite school joined those from the First Nation to plant pine and … Read More