This year we received 118 proposals by 208 students. Every participating student and teacher will be receiving a participation prize as a thank you, and every project is eligible for implementation funding. To keep our communities safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Caring for our Watersheds contest will not be hosting a final competition this year.
The top 10 proposals, will all be recognized as a 2020 Caring for our Watersheds Finalist. They will not be asked to further present their projects or be ranked. The ten finalist’s groups will be equally dividing the $6,000 of prizes. This means that each group and their school will be receiving a cheque for $600. If a group has multiple students, they will all get an equal part of that sum.