Lafarge renews partnership with Earth Rangers
Wildlife program ready to roll out schools
Lafarge Canada has once again partnered with Earth Rangers to bring their inspiring school outreach program to communities across Eastern Canada
Lafarge’s $40,000 contribution to the Bring Back the Wild program features live animal ambassadors demonstrating their amazing natural behaviours, and inspires students to take action to protect biodiversity.
“Being an active partner where we live, work and raise our families is one of our values,” said Bruno Roux, President & CEO, Lafarge Canada Inc. in Eastern Canada. “This is why we are proud to partner with Earth Rangers and we believe that their School Outreach Program is a great initiative to learn and understand more about our local wildlife and habitat.”
Earth Rangers is the kids’ conservation organization, dedicated to educating children and families about biodiversity and empowering them to become directly involved in protecting animals and their habitats.
“Earth Rangers is committed to sharing our conservation message with as many children and families as possible,” said Peter Kendall, Executive Director of Earth Rangers. “We’re proud to be partnering with Lafarge once again to bring our School Outreach Program to students in Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia”.
A recent Ipsos Reid Survey found that children’s No. 1 environmental concern is protecting animals from extinction and that children who participate in Earth Rangers’ programs have much higher rates of environmental behaviours. The School Outreach Program acts as an inspiring introduction to Canadian conservation and encourages students to continue their participation with Earth Rangers by joining the free membership program at home with their families.
The 2015 Earth Rangers School Outreach Program will visit schools in the following communities:
- London, ON – Spring 2015
- Hamilton, ON – Fall 2015
- Bath, ON – Spring 2015
- Barrie, ON – Fall 2015
- Saint-Constant, QC – Fall 2015
- Montréal, QC – Spring 2015
- Truro, NS – Fall 2015