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  • Event Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
    Location: Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin AB

    Every year, students in grades 7-12 from across Alberta are asked to write a 1000 word proposal on what they would do to help improve their watershed. In 2018, we recevied 152 proposals from 247 students representing 15 schools.  Of those proposals the judges choose 10 groups whos ideas were most clearly defined and if implemented, would have the greatest beneficial impacts on their watershed. Those 10 groups are now invited to participate in the final competition. 

    The Final Competition will be held on:
    Saturday May 12th, 2018
    Reynolds-Alberta Museum
    Wetaskiwin, AB
    2:00pm-7:00pm 

    Students will be sharing their ideas to improve their watershed in a 5 minute verbal presentation.  Familiy and community members are welcomed.

     Are you one of the finalists? RSVP with our registration form here!
    Also, please remember to bring this signed waiver

    Student or Parent and need more details? Please see the final competition invitation here

    Watch this video to see clips of the 2013 CFW Finals!

     

    Learn more about the CFW contest at: www.battleriverwatershed.ca/cfw