Last week from March 19th-21st, Water First staff and our interns from Kebaowek First Nation visited G Theberge School in Témiscaming, Québec, to share the details from our recently completed fish habitat remediation project with students. Children and youth from Kebaowek First Nation are bused to this school, so it … Read More
On a fall day in Saugeen First Nation, students were struggling with some more-challenging-than-usual planting conditions. After completing science workshops the day before at their school, these Grade 7 and 8 youth were excited to put their new knowledge to practice by planting a combination of 450 white spruce, white … Read More
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
Taking our educational resources to the next level
In the next year, Water First will be meeting with community partners, educators and Elders to gather guidance and expand our program. Our focus is on maximizing First Nations youth involvement in the projects — from the planning stages all the way to implementing sustainable action. As well as developing more and different restoration opportunities that can better meet local environmental concerns.
Continually adapting our programs is a Water First strength. Our approach and the flexibility in our educational programming allows Water First to deliver meaningful hands-on water science education and restoration action that is of significance to youth and their communities.
Water First…and always! We believe healthy water creates healthy communities and engaging youth to be agents of change and future community water leaders, is worth every drop!
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