Project FLOW (For the Love of Water) engages elementary and secondary students in sustainability education through hands-on projects that model responsible and active citizenship. The experiential component prepares students to be stewards of our water resources and engages them in action that addresses local water issues and concerns.
Through Project FLOW, Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF) is working with teachers and students to provide the necessary tools to identify water issues that are important to them and provide ideas for action.
Through Project FLOW, Canadian teachers have the opportunity to apply for funding to support water action projects in their classrooms.
*Applications will re-open in September 2013*
Through Project FLOW teachers also have the opportunity to participate in professional development workshops. For more information on professional development opportunities, please click here.
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Project FLOW is funded by the RBC Blue Water Project as a 2008 Leadership Grant recipient. The RBC Blue Water Project is a wide-ranging, multi-year program to help foster a culture of water stewardship, so that people have clean fresh water today and tomorrow.
Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF) is collaborating with the Ontario Ministry of Environment through the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund to fund Project FLOW action projects in regions located in one of the five Great Lakes water basins.
The catchment areas include: