CWF Education programs are designed to inspire youth to get outside and help with wildlife conservation. We invite you to join our community of educators, which includes teachers, youth leaders, park naturalists and more. With their help, we have reached over one million students across Canada to date – let’s keep that momentum going as we all strive to engage youth with the amazing natural world that is all around them.
WILD Education is a professional development program for educators to become certified instructors of Project Wild and Below Zero guides. More »
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CWF’s Habitat 2020 is an education program for youth to learn about wildlife. Single classrooms or entire schools can develop a wildlife education project and be recognized for their important contribution to wildlife in Canada. More »
Help promote literacy and wildlife education in Canada. WILD magazine wants our readers (ages 5 to 14) to help us create our May/June 2012 issue! More »
This unique initiative draws awareness to our waterways and the marine life and ecosystems they support. More »
Dakar to Miami by ocean rowboat. On the water January - April, 2013! More »
The Sail for Wildlife Journey on the Humpback Whale’s Route follows the migration path of the humpback whale.More »