News & Events
Earth Rangers Partners with Ontario Power Generation and Wildlife Conservation Society to Protect the Wolverine
In collaboration with Ontario Power Generation and Wildlife Conservation Society Canada, Earth Rangers has launched a Bring Back the Wild Wolverine Project.
Since 2009, Schneider has been the largest contributor to the ERC.
You can give a gift that helps support environmental education and the protection of animals.
This Halloween, Earth Ranger Members are doing more than just collecting candy.
Over 30,000 students learned about the detrimental environmental impacts of batteries when they end up in landfills and what they can do to help.
Earth Rangers Across Canada Are Protecting These Animals Through Our New Bring Back the Wild Projects
Bring Back the Wild (BBtW) educates our members on the importance of protecting animals and empowers them to take action by starting a fundraising campaign.
Students at Ryerson University teamed up with Earth Rangers to create stories for our 2014-2015 Bring Back the Wild projects.
We have an exciting milestone to celebrate!
Earth Rangers Collaborates with Ontario Power Generation and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources to Protect the Eastern Wolf
Our partnership with OPG continues with the launch of the BBtW Eastern Wolf Project, designed to discover the causes of the eastern wolf’s disappearance.
Earth Month is for the Animals was a huge success, raising $129,154 for our four Bring Back the Wild projects!
This year Husky expanded its support by becoming the sponsor of Earth Rangers’ Bring Back the Wild Swift Fox Project.
Earth Rangers worked with Ipsos Reid to learn more about kids’ awareness, attitudes and behaviours when it comes to environmental issues.
This year to address an alarming decrease in bobolink population numbers, Holcim is supporting a Bring Back the Wild project that will help protect them.
Earth Rangers is honoured to be recognized by the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Our partnership with Teck has expanded to include support of our Bring Back the Wild program and has made it possible to develop a conservation project for the western screech owl!