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Mayor's Environment Expo


The Mayor's Environment Expo inspires students and families to take simple actions to protect our environment. The next Expo will take place June 4, 5 and 6, 2019. See details below for ways to get involved.

New to the Expo? Watch this video for a glimpse into what makes the Expo great.

Eco-Leaders Program
Applications for the 2019 program are now closed. Learn how you can participate in our youth environmental leadership program.
Jack Leslie Grant
The 2019 Jack Leslie Grant application is now available.

Additional funding opportunities available through Caring for our Watersheds program.

Youth Photo Contest
2019 Youth Photography Contest is now closed. Thank you for your submissions.
Expo Days
Workshop registration will open April 2, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. Register by clicking the links below:
The Municipal Building hosts over 50 exhibitors that feature hands on, interactive learning opportunities for students and families.

Exhibitor applications and application information package are now available.

New Teachers
New to the Expo? Learn how your class or club can participate in the Expo. From a day trip to City Hall, to six months of hands-on learning, the Expo will get your group excited about protecting our environment.

Another great opportunity for Calgary students and teachers is the annual Caring for Our Watersheds program. Open to all students in Southern Alberta in grades 7-12, this contest has students creating realistic ideas for protecting and caring for our local environment and watershed. Students research their local watershed, identify an environmental concern and develop a realistic solution.

The City of Calgary has partnered with Nutrien to offer $17,000 in cash prizes to students and their school or club. Funding is also available to turn solutions into a reality.

Submission deadline is March 15, 2019. Learn more by visiting the Caring for our Watersheds contest website.