RCE Saskatchewan Education for 
Sustainable Development Recognition Event

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Sustainability Awards


Wednesday, May 3, 2017



RCE Recognition Event

Each year RCE Saskatchewan recognizes excellence in efforts to promote education for sustainable development (ESD) in Saskatchewan. This year we celebrated the 9th Recognition Awards o
n Wednesday May 3, 2017, in Hafford, Saskatchewan with our community hosts from the Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve

Thank you to everyone who attended and participated.  Special appreciation to AM Bistro & Bakery for our continental breakfast and delicious lunch and to those who gave informative presentations regarding the Canadian Committee for [UNESCO's] Man and the Biosphere Programme, Redberry Biosphere Information Centre, and Aspen Innovation Park.

 



Applications 


The recipient list of the 2017 awards is available in this news release.  Congratulations to all!


 

Download the application form as either a PDF or Microsoft Word document.

You may refer to the Application Guide for definitions, examples and assistance. 

Return completed applications to [email protected]m before March 31, 2017.


New award category

The Lyle Benko Future Generations Award was created by RCE Saskatchewan in grateful recognition of Lyle Benko, who passed away in February of 2016.  Lyle was a founding co-coordinator of the RCE and was an inspiration to so many in the area of education.  He was extremely passionate about leaving next generations a more sustainable future. This award will recognize a project led by a K-12 teacher/educator/student (or group of K-12 teachers/educators/students) for their outstanding contributions to Education for Sustainable Development in Saskatchewan.  Every applicant is automatically reviewed as a potential recipient of the Lyle Benko Future Generations Award. 


 
2017 Event Sponsors

Events of this caliber are possible only through their generous support.