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Kendal Gerard
Kendal Gerard
Kendal Gerard is the Youth Engagement Officer at WWF-Canada — and couldn’t imagine a gig better than one that allows her to connect with students across the country over issues that matter. A former camp counselor and kid’s book marketer, she helps run a farmers’ market in her spare time and is chipping away at a Masters in Environmental Education at OISE.
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Art of Empowerment Mural Contest: bringing schools together!
An incredible amount of progress has been made on Holy Cross Regional High School’s mural these past couple of weeks — with extra special thanks to a Grade 4 class from St. Matthew’s Elementary across the street!

Art of Empowerment Mural Contest: The paint on the wall
After weeks of hard work, Holy Cross Regional HS students have a final sketch for their school mural and some paint on the wall. Get the full update from Grade 11 students Erik and Sterling!

Stump the Scientist: Where do whales like to swim?
Miss Marcakis’s Grade 4/5 class at South Meridian Elementary in Surrey, BC wants to know: Do whales like to swim at the top or bottom of the ocean?

Growing our next generation of conservationists
1,000 teachers in over 700 schools across Canada are planting milkweed seeds with WWF. Check out how the plants and plans are growing at a few of these schools!

Successful School Butterfly Gardens
Starting a butterfly garden at your school is one way to cultivate a love of nature in your students and help the monarchs. Check out this roundup of tips and photos from Canadian schools that have begun butterfly gardens.