WILD Spaces for Schools
With WILD Spaces, youths of ages nine to 12 get engaged by creating pollinator habitat and sharing that experience with other students. Through an online classroom, participants from across the country interact...
Why Help Pollinators?
Pollinators help make the world go around because they give us delicious foods to eat, healthy ecosystems and help grow our economy.
What is an online learning environment, anyway?
Think of it as a big online classroom where students from across Canada interact as they guide themselves through curriculum-linked activities. It’s a fun and modern way for students to collaborate on issues that...
What does it takes to participate?
A wild space for monarchs can be anything from a patch of milkweed to a professionally designed garden.