Community-Based Water Monitoring in Fernie, BC
This project raised $5,715 to conduct a community-based water monitoring program on Lizard Creek and Alexander Creek. This project engaged local people to learn about the health of their streams and encourage them to take action, both in the stream and on the streets.
Bringing the History of the Petitcodia River to Life
We raised $3,315 to conduct research on the history and sacrifices that were made for the protection of the Petitcodia River.
Attawapiskat Eco-Film Lab
Working in collaboration with Planet in Focus, this project raised $5,495 to engage Indigenous youth interested in film production. The youth were taught the basic techniques of filming to create a short film focused on protecting the environment.
Breathing Life into Sawmill River
Centered on infrastructure upgrade, this project worked with community members to improve ecological features of a fish-bearing stream. Some $4,155 was raised for this project.
Youth Leading Environmental Change
This project engaged youth in the ecological restoration of the Annapolis River watershed. Together we raised $6,610.
Frontline Funding for Fresh Water
Centered on water quality improvement, we raised $3,000, to protect Lake Winnipeg from toxic algal blooms.
Depaving Paradise: One Parking Lot at a Time
This project involved the removal of pavement to allow native plants, trees and shrubs to grow and absorb contaminated storm water runoff. We raised $3,000 was for this project.
Youth Initiatives, George River, QC
The Small Change Fund sent two youth on the journey of a lifetime to one of the most incredible campsites in Canada. The campsite is situated on the indigenous ancestral site of Mushuau-nipi, located in the tundra, on the migratory path of the George River caribou herds.
Annapolis River Guardians: Helping Neighbors Stay Safe
We raised $3,545 to support The Annapolis River Guardians in collecting data to gather an overview of the river's health including the key environmental problems within the river and it's tributaries. Collected information was used to urge decision makers to clean up the river.
Re-Imagining Halifax Harbour
This project helped citizens re-imagine Halifax Harbour using an Art and Music Contest to share the rich culture centers that are our coastal harbours. We raised $5,497 to help the Sierra Club change the mindset of harbours from polluted and lifeless ports to living ecosystems of their own.