Winners 2015
Wilderness Bondar Challenge

 

In partnership with Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada (Parks Canada) we are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Wilderness Bondar Challenge held at the Sweetgrass Field Station and in Fort Smith. These images by students from P.W. Kaeser High School will travel with the Foundation’s Travelling Exhibition and Learning Experience. Congratulations to all participants.

 

The First Place Emerald Level Winner of the 2015 Wilderness Bondar Challenge is Life Springs Forth by Joel Rhymer, grade 7.

First Place Emerald – “Life Springs Forth” by Joel Rhymer

First Place Emerald – “Life Springs Forth” by Joel Rhymer

The Second Place Emerald Level Winner of the 2015 Wilderness Bondar Challenge is Old Person by Jordan Jones, grade 7.

Second Place Emerald – “Old Person” by Jordan Jones

Second Place Emerald – “Old Person” by Jordan Jones

The Third Place Emerald Level Winner of the 2015 Wilderness Bondar Challenge is Buffalo Out of Nowhere by Cameron Sandy-Heron, grade 7.

Third Place Emerald – “Buffalo Out of Nowhere” by Cameron Sandy-Heron

Third Place Emerald – “Buffalo Out of Nowhere” by Cameron Sandy-Heron

 

The First Place Ruby Level Winner of the 2015 Wilderness Bondar Challenge is Greenlight by Cheryl Li, grade 8.

First Place Ruby – “Greenlight” by Cheryl Li

First Place Ruby – “Greenlight” by Cheryl Li

The Second Place Ruby Level Winner of the 2015 Wilderness Bondar Challenge is Tree Reflection from Water by Briana Abraham-Bouvier, grade 8.

Second Place Ruby – “Tree Reflection from Water” by Briana Abraham-Bouvier

Second Place Ruby – “Tree Reflection from Water” by Briana Abraham-Bouvier

The Third Place Ruby Level Winner of the 2015 Wilderness Bondar Challenge is Morning Magic by Bronwyn Rutherford-Simon, grade 8.

Third Place Ruby – “Morning Magic” by Bronwyn Rutherford-Simon

Third Place Ruby – “Morning Magic” by Bronwyn Rutherford-Simon

 

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