The CARING FOR OUR WATERSHEDS program (developed by Nutrien) asks students to submit a proposal that answers the question, “What can you do to improve your watershed?” Students must research their local watershed, identify an environmental concern and draft a written proposal containing one realistic solution. Community judges select the top entries to compete for cash prizes at a final verbal competition. Saskatchewan Association of Watersheds is the delivery agent for the CARING FOR OUR WATERSHEDS program in Saskatchewan. The program is open to students residing in Saskatchewan in Grades 7-12. Students.
2023 Winners Announced
The $1,000 first-place prize was awarded to Shannen Mee from Greenall High School for their proposal called” Adopt a Body of Water”. Thank you to all of the students who participated in this contest. Over 143 entries were received in Saskatchewan this year!
|Final Place||Award||Student Name(s)||Proposal Name||School|
|1||$1,000||Shannen Mee||Adopt a Body of Water||Greenall High School|
|2||$900||Cailyn Leake||A Problem in the Saskatchewan Beehive||Greenall High School|
|3||$800||Ainsley Collins||Mason Bee Nest Boxes||Montgomery School|
|4||$700||Elliott Diekema||Go Green; Not Blue-Green||Tommy Douglas Collegiate|
|5||$600||Eli Reynolds, Wyatt Mackenzie, Dustin Johnston||Bees, Schools, Plants, Helping our Watershed||Greenall High School|
|6||$500||Hunter Diewold, Trey Strawford||To Seed Saskatchewan||Greenall High School|
|7||$450||Zoe Zimonick, Jaycee Unterschute, Raeesah Haque, Katelyn Legg||How a Video Game Can Save Our Watershed||Greystone Heights School|
|8||$400||Evan Edwards, Kenzie Pawlik||Clean up waste in our community||St. Nicholas School|
|9||$350||Madhavi Gali||Eating Green||Montgomery School|
|10||$300||Jake Roe||QR Codes on Storm Drains||Montgomery School|