The rural populations of the Amazon rainforest and high up in the Andes mountains are home to many indigenous communities that are benefitting form LUTW projects. Solar energy panels are being installed to power lights, and radios and to charge cell phones. Visits to the community have shown that more light means more time for children to study at night. This is just one of the positive outcomes of this project.
What is Land-Based Learning?
The students of Waweyekisik Education Centre in Waterhen Lake, Saskatchewan completed a Canada 150 r...May 25, 2017
The Making of ‘The History of Cochrane’ / La réalisation de «L’histoire de Cochrane»
Next week is Elizabeth Barrett School's Canada 150 residency, and they've chosen to explore and cele...May 18, 2017
‘Canada 150: Our Many Faces,’ Largest Canada 150 Project in Alberta!May 11, 2017
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