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Earth Week is for the Animals

APRIL 2024
Here at Earth Rangers, every week is Earth Week. This Earth Week, leading up to the internationally recognized Earth Day on April 22nd, we are happy to have you celebrate with us! In this month’s newsletter, you can find the Conservation Heroes activity which encourages students to learn about three inspiring wildlife researchers. Then, they can get outdoors to do their own research with the Observing Animals in their Habitats activity. Finally, test their knowledge through our Animal Habitat quiz.
As part of Earth Rangers’ mission to create a generation of conservationists, we support research and stewardship projects that directly support wildlife conservation, and give kids an opportunity to learn more. By symbolically adopting a species through our Wildlife Adoptions program, you can help support on-the-ground conservation projects led by young scientists. For example, your class could fundraise through a toonie donation per student or a bake sale. This is a meaningful way for children and classes to get involved in real-world conservation efforts, and see the impact of their support.
This is your chance to share your thoughts. Here is how to participate:
1. Read through ECCC’s discussion paper
2. Take a moment to fill out the brief survey at the end
3. Encourage your colleagues to participate by sharing the link to the consultation.
4. If you have additional comments, e-mail, and include “Discussion Paper Consultation” in the subject line.
The deadline for public comments is June 3, 2024.
Would you like to join them?
Check out our Earth Rangers Club Hub to sign up!
As they say, it is important to stop and smell the roses. In May, we will be focusing on mindfulness. Our newsletter will include activities to help students develop an awareness of our natural surroundings. This will be perfect preparation for the International Day for Biodiversity on May 22nd.  

Environmentally yours,  

Education Programs Manager
Earth Rangers

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