Claude E. Garton School
Hydroponic Farm Wall – Students will be able to explore the future of food with a vertical hydroponic farm wall right in Claude E. Garton’s science lab. They will use the garden to inspire innovation, increase food security and access to healthy food, develop community and make change.
Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School
First Nations After School Art Collaborative – High risk youth from 24 remote Northern communities will take part in an after school arts program in collaboration with the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, building self-confidence and social skills while working on projects that will be featured at the art gallery.
Nestor Falls School
Safe Drinking Water & Healthy Foods – Water at the Nestor Falls School is unsafe for consumption. Students will get their own reusable water bottle and water jugs at the school will be filled. Cooking classes for students in Grade 4-8 will plan and prepare a healthy meal for students once a month.
Pope John Paul School
Outdoor Garden – The school will enhance its garden with seating, garden boxes and trees. Students will learn about agriculture, biodiversity and pollinator species. The space will also be available to the public during off-school hours.