Students in the grade 12 Headwaters Program have created story maps for the Two Rivers Festival.
Thousands of middle school students will be connecting virtually for the 2021 H2Awesome! “Water Matters” Conference from World Water Day to Earth Day.
National Sweater Day is a way to learn about the importance of saving energy and to inspire you to use less energy all winter.
Students in Kindergarten at Westwood Public School have been spending a lot of time in nature as a way to get outside but also to learn.
A teacher from Edward Johnson Public School in Guelph has be awarded the Upper Grand District School Board’s Mike Elrick Environmental Leadership Award.
The Water Rockers, Grade 5 students at Kortright Hills Public School in Ms. Dykstra’s class, have recently been named the winners of a video challenge.
April 22 is Earth Day, a great day to celebrate our planet. Earth Day is 50 years old this year, which is a great reason to celebrate.
Earth Hour’s mission is to unite people to protect the planet by raising awareness of about climate change and encouraging positive action.
Grade 11 and 12 students in the SHSM at Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute have been busy constructing an indoor vertical garden.
Staff and students across the Upper Grand District School Board have pledged to make changes in their lives to reduce their carbon footprint, live waste-free and adopt environmentally-minded habits.