OUR ANNUAL NATIONAL FOREST WEEK ARTWORK CONTEST WINNERS
Each year we get hundreds of entries from youth all across BC for our artwork contest that features original art and photography about the importance of forests to our lives, lands and lifestyles. Some of their submissions make local and national news.
INDIGENOUS TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE & MEDICINE ARTWORK CONTEST
Every year, for almost two decades FORED has offered a contest designed to get Indigenous youth to work with their elders to share this valuable history as a legacy through artwork and storytelling. One of our annual youth winners, Quinn, who happens to have autism, was featured in the Northern View and other BC newspapers.
A selection of news articles featuring FORED BC programs and youths.
A student from Squamish has won an artwork contest for her drawing about the benefits of having forests in B.C. Luna, a student at Squamish Waldorf School, was one of six participants chosen from hundreds of entries from across the province.
Lutza Berkenbosch’s art poster was one of three selected by FORED BC Society (For Education about our environment and its natural resources) from hundreds of entries during a fall contest.
Two students at Madeira Park Elementary School have each won a $50 prize in a provincial artwork contest honouring National Forest Week.
Alaska Highway News
Fort St. John's Sophie Zaldy, a Grade 6 student at Ecole Central Elementary, has won a provincial artwork and photography award as part of National Forest Week.
Williams Lake Tribune
An 11-year-old from Tl’etinqox has won a provincial award for her poster design in FORED BC’s Traditional Knowledge and Medicine-themed artwork contest.
A profile of our charitable activities and our attempts to ensure balanced information is conveyed about our natural resources management.
featured in BC newspapers
So many youths have contributed to our contests. We salute their accomplishments.
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