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Fraser Basin Council Invites Youth to Lead Sustainability Projects

Fraser Valley – Fraser Valley youth interested in sustainability leadership are invited by the non-profit Fraser Basin Council to apply to Co-Creating a Sustainable BC, a program in which youth participants network with local leaders, identify sustainability challenges in their community, and collaboratively design their own community-minded solution. The 2021 program is open for applications now through July 11 to interested youth (16-30) living in or around communities from Langley to Agassiz in the Fraser Valley region.

The Fraser Basin Council is a non-profit society that brings people together to advance sustainability in the Fraser Basin and beyond.

Application Deadline: Sunday, July 11

For more information, contact:Cherry TamFraser Basin Council

youth@fraserbasin.bc.ca

604-488-5354

The Co-Creating a Sustainable BC initiative creates an opportunity for young people to:

●deepen connections to their communities,

●experience the benefits of being actively engaged civic participants,

●experience the importance of serving and contributing to a community, and

●learn how to embrace leadership roles.

Applications are now open for young people (16-30 years old) living in communities from Langley to Agassiz in the Fraser Valley region.For details and to apply for this exciting opportunity, visit https://fbcyouthprogram.ca/

he 2020-21 Fraser Valley youth cohort created an online resource and short film about the impacts of waste and actions that youth can take at www.wastefreefraservalley.com.

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