In honor of the 100th day of school, we are giving out 100 Nature Kits to elementary students and their classes.
These kits, valued at over $100, contain high quality resources to help students learn about and appreciate nature.
How to Enter:
Spending time in nature is important to kids in many ways, and we want to see drawings from students that illustrate why they think nature is important.
1) Have your students draw a picture of why nature is important (no pets, please), with a few words about their drawing written on the front.
2) Ensure their name is written on the back of each drawing.
3) Send all your drawings to EALT by February 23.
Attn: Kory deGroot
Please include: your name, school name, grade level, email address, and phone number.
Note that drawings will not be returned. Please send originals or high quality copies.
4) Winning drawings will be selected by March 8. Winners will receive their own Nature Kit to take home, plus one for their class.
*We would also like to feature some of the drawings either in our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest) or in a blog on our website. The drawings will still belong to the artists but EALT will have the right to publish them with appropriate credit.
Please contact Kory deGroot at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Edmonton and Area Land Trust is a conservation charity, working to conserve our natural heritage for future generations. We are the only nature conservancy dedicated to preserving and restoring natural areas and rural landscapes throughout the Edmonton region, for public benefit. We work to benefit wildlife and their habitat, to maintain the economic, health, and community benefits of these natural areas, and to enhance quality of life for residents and their families.