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McGill Wildlife Association (MWA)

MWA, is a student organization that aims to promote wildlife conservation and wildlife related activities for nature lovers and alike. Any student is eligible to apply and the scope of activities/events is wide. 

The Objectives of the MWA are listed below: 

1. The main focus of the organization is to broaden our knowledge of wildlife and nature through activities and field trips 

Macdonald Student Ecological Garden

We do it because we want to eat good food. Because we want to do something meaningful with our hands, not just in theory. try it out, see how it works! Because we love to get to know people. Because we think the greatest power a university has, is in its students. We're working with 1 1/4 acres of land to sustainably produce vegetables for McGill community and its surroundings. This is a student-run, student-driven project. what manifests comes directly from what we want to see in it.

CERES

This is the Mac Environmental Club, dedicated to solving the environmental crisis, starting with our campus (as you might have heard before: think globally, act locally). We have focused our efforts mainly on making recycling more available and widespread at Mac, by bringing recycling to the main student buildings: the CC and the MS building, and not just in the residences. CERES has many projects, and we are always open to new ones! To give you an idea, last year we were up to:

Macdonald Eco-Education Afterschool Program

Contact E-Mail: 
mac.eco.ed@gmail.com

Join us, CEGEP, and local high school students in bringing sustainability education to the younger generation. We enter elementary schools bi-weekly with exciting school activities including lessons on vermicompost, the natural environment and renewable energy. This program was implemented at Mac in September 2010 and we're excited to have your input!

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