This action project connected students in Oak Lake, AB, with the local prairie biome.  Oak Lake Community School went Wild for the Prairies, engaged students with a wide range of activities, including local cleanups, fields trips, research projects on the risks to Prairie habitats and how sustainable practices can help them, and the creation of a prairie grass demonstration bed to bring these issues to life.

“We are learning about our Prairie culture and animals we might see so we don’t forget about the land we all come from.”

– Dara, Grade 5.

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