The AEF believes in inspiring the next generation of eco-heroes by supporting Alberta’s young people (aged 25 and under) in their environmental efforts. With funds from founding program sponsor, ConocoPhillips Canada, and other sponsors and individual donors, the AEF provides micro-grants of up to $400 to environmental projects. The AEF intends to allocate over 100 Youth Environmental Engagement Grants each year.
- Banded Peak School for Grade 5 – 8 Outdoor Leadership Camp (Bragg Creek)
- Evansdale School for Bennett Centre Field Trip (Edmonton)
- Coalhurst Elementary School for Scientists in Schools (Coalhurst)
- Granum School for Sustainable Growth: Passive Solar Green House Project (Granum)
- Ecole Charlie Killam for Wellness Garden (Camrose)
- Beacon Hill Public School for Kindergarten/Junior High Garden (Fort McMurray)
- Banded Peak School for Second Annual Waste Reduction Fair (Bragg Creek)
- Elmworth School for School Environmental Quest Grant (Elmworth)
- Acme Nature Club for Nature Exploration (Linden)
- Callingwood School for Indoor Garden (Edmonton)
- SACEE, SAYEE or SAGE for Grasslands through the eyes and paint brush of Colin Starkevich, Presentation (Lethbridge)
- Bishop Carroll Youth Volunteer Corps for Outdoor Learning Space(Calgary)
- Archbishop O’Leary High School Green Team for Indoor Gardening(Edmonton)
- Hillview School for The Power of the Wind (Edmonton)
Find out more about the grants on the website.