Win a mural for your school from WWF!
Hundred foot long humpback whales… the stuff of legends or just an amazing large-scale art piece? Maybe a little bit of both!
Since 2008, Earth Foundation’s Todd Polich has been bringing conservation issues to life in British Columbia’s schools and communities in the form of epically sized wildlife art.
For Earth Hour 2014, WWF is very excited to be collaborating with Earth Foundation. Together, we are offering one lucky elementary or secondary school in the greater Vancouver area the opportunity to transform an ordinary school wall into an amazing conservation art piece!
The contest is open NOW and closes March 7, 2014. It’s easy to enter — all we want to know is: What is your school’s vision for a world in which humans live in harmony with nature? And what would that look like as a mural at your school?
Download the entry form and full contest rules and regulations at wwf.ca/artofempowerment.
WWF’s Schools for a Living Planet connects educators and students of all ages to WWF’s conservation work. Join the S4LP community and learn how you can inspire your classrooms and classmates to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.