The #1 environmental concern for kids is protecting animals from extinction. At Earth Rangers, we empower children to do just that.
Building optimistic & conscientious children
Earth Rangers programming has a positive impact on kids, resulting not only in more environmental knowledge and action, but increased confidence and optimism.
Students reached through our School Assembly Program
Members & alumni taking action to save animals and the planet
Raised by members for the conservation of over 50 species
Meet Some of Our Members
Earth Ranger Joel: Buzzing "Condo" Developer
Inspired by the Earth Rangers Pollinator Power Mission to protect bees, this amazing Ranger started Joel’s Bee Factory, a company that specializes in making shelters for members of the genus Apis to rest and lay eggs. Since starting out, he has sold over 50 bee condos in his native Newfoundland, spoken publicly on the importance of bees and pollinators, and has even been noticed by Dragon’s Den! Clearly on a mission, Ranger Joel says:
"It’s important to protect bees. If we don’t protect them we will mess up the whole food chain.”
Earth Ranger Cameron: Painting for the Planet
Cameron is a 10-year-old artist from Wikwemikong, Ontario, a First Nations community on Manitoulin Island. Inspired by his mom and the landscape that surrounds him, he made a generous donation to Earth Rangers after selling some of his paintings. He says:
“I love painting landscapes and sketching animals. My classmates are interested in my art at school and they love what I do. So I decided to paint and sell my paintings to fundraise to support and protect the bees. We live off the land. Whatever we take from Mother Earth we must give back. So we must help the animals and the environment so that it can be there for future generations to enjoy.”
Earth Ranger Jacob: Adding light to the world
Jacob, from Decatur, Georgia, was looking for a way to make a difference by supporting the animals he loves. This enthusiastic Earth Ranger was determined to help wildlife that live in the ocean. Jacob and his family decided to jump feet first into the Toxic Takedown Mission and tackle single-use plastics!
“I wanted to save and stop toxins that make their way into bodies of water. We decided to chose an Earth Ranger Mission as part of our Chanukah celebration to add light to the world for our global community. I had so much fun saving animals and saving bodies of water. My favorite activity was making “plastico de natural!”