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How an app is making the prairies safer for pronghorn
Protecting one of North America's last remaining large mammal migrations with citizen science and a WWF Go Wild Community Grant.

Holding the line for nature
Lundrigan’s Marsh is a protected wetland next to an industrial park. The community is making sure it’s not laid to waste.

Inspired by nature: creating a healthier future with Go Wild
TELUS Chief Sustainability Officer takes her passion for nature to work; you, too, can make a difference with a Go Wild Community Grant.

Go Wild with nature and your community
Go Wild Community Grants presented by TELUS is an opportunity for people across the country to bring forward creative ideas that will help their communities connect with nature and help it thrive.

A library fit for a monarch
Go Wild grant recipient, Ingersoll Public Library, gets creative with guerrilla gardening initiative for pollinators and monarch butterflies