September 2015
Welcome back! We look forward to learning and growing with you this year!

Apply to win up to $3,000 for the 2015 LSF/RBC Our Canada Project Award!

If you know a youth-led action project that incorporated sustainability themes into their vision and action, the deadline for the 2015 LSF/RBC Our Canada Project Award is quickly approaching! To be considered for the award, a completed posting on the Our Canada Project website must be received by midnight EST on October 31, 2015. Check out the criteria on our website and apply today!



Apply for up to $400 in EcoLeague Action Project Funding!

EcoLeague funding is available for schools to engage in an action project. Action Projects must be interactive, educational, and address a local sustainability issue. Applications are due November 13, 2015. For more information please visit our website!

Jack Layton Award for Youth Action in Sustainability Results
We are excited to announce this year's winners of the LSF Jack Layton Award for Youth Action in Sustainability. Congratulations to this year's winning school, Hartley Bay School, of British Columbia for their student's Lu lax kyook Ecological Monitoring Project. View all of our recipients on our website! 

Migration Headache


This entertaining activity stimulates the fall migration of many of Canada's shorebirds and waterfowl. Taking on the role of migrating birds, students experience first-hand many of the threats these population face as a result of human activity. In addition to addressing outcomes across a variety of grade levels, this resource offers a meaningful and enjoyable opportunity to take the learning outside. 


Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF) was founded in 1991 to promote, through education, the knowledge, skills, values, perspectives, and practices essential to a sustainable future!